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Think global act local? Negotiating sustainable development under postcommunist transformation
Staddon, C.; Turnock, D.
Environmental problems and policies in East Central Europe: A changing agenda
Ecological conflicts in Poland
Kurek, W.; Faracik, R.; Mika, M.
Local forest-dependence in postcommunist Bulgaria: A case study
Institutional change and natural resource use in coastal Vietnam
Exile and exclusion: The legacy of soviet forestry for villages in the north of Perm oblast
Adapting capitalism: Household plots, forest resources, and moonlighting in post-Soviet Siberia1
Local environmental action plans and the `glocalisation' of post-socialist governance: The Macedonian experience
Sustainable landscape management in Slovenia: Environmental improvements for the Velenje coal mining community 1991–2000
Špeh, N.; Plut, D.
Approaches to sustainable forestry in the Piatra Craiului National Park
Ioraş, F.; Muica, N.; Turnock, D.
Seeing the forest for the trees: Local-level resource use and forest restitution in postsocialist Bulgaria
The role of industrial archaeology in conservation: The Reşiţa area of the Romanian Carpathians
Hillinger, N.; Olaru, M.; Turnock, D.
Environmental protection in the Apuseni Mountains: The role of Environmental Non-Governmental Organisations (ENGOs)
Buza, M.; Dimen, L.; Pop, G.; Turnock, D.
Cross-border conservation in East Central Europe: The Danube-Carpathian complex and the contribution of the World Wide Fund for Nature
Public perception of environment in the mountains of Vâlcea County
Ploaie, G.; Turnock, D.
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