Denise Margaret Matias
Denise Margaret Matias
Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development
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A collaborative approach to bring insights from local observations of climate change impacts into global climate change research
RSF V Reyes-Garcia, D Garcia-del-Amo, P Benyei, A Fernandez-Llamazares, K ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 39, 1-8, 2019
A review of ecosystem service benefits from wild bees across social contexts
DMS Matias, J Leventon, AL Rau, C Borgemeister, H von Wehrden
Ambio 46 (4), 456-467, 2017
Perspectives on tipping points in integrated models of the natural and human Earth system: cascading effects and telecoupling
CLE Franzke, A Ciullo, EA Gilmore, DM Matias, N Nagabhatla, A Orlov, ...
Environmental Research Letters 17 (1), 015004, 2022
Commercializing traditional non-timber forest products: An integrated value chain analysis of honey from giant honey bees in Palawan, Philippines
DMS Matias, JA Tambo, T Stellmacher, C Borgemeister, H von Wehrden
Forest Policy and Economics 97, 223-231, 2018
Climate humanitarian visa: International migration opportunities as post-disaster humanitarian intervention
DMS Matias
Climatic Change 160 (1), 143-156, 2020
The role of a priori cross-border migration after extreme climate events: The case of the Philippines after typhoon Haiyan
C Mosuela, DM Matias
Environmental change, adaptation and migration: bringing in the region, 98-116, 2015
Thinking beyond Western commercial honeybee hives: towards improved conservation of honey bee diversity
DMS Matias, C Borgemeister, H von Wehrden
Biodiversity and conservation 26, 3499-3504, 2017
Slow onset climate change impacts: global trends and the role of science-policy partnerships
DM Matias
Discussion paper, 2017
Climate risk insurance for resilience: Assessing countries' implementation plans
S Kreft, L Schaefer, E Behre, D Matias
UNU-EHS, 2017
Local communities and wildlife consumption bans
DMS Matias, EF Pinto, M Ramnath, DS Jose
Nature Sustainability 4 (1), 1-1, 2021
From gender parity to gender equality: changing women’s lived realities
A Manlosa, DM Matias
German Development Institute, The Current Column, March 5, 2018
Biodiversity conservation as infectious disease prevention: why a social-ecological perspective is essential
FD Schneider, DM Matias, S Burkhart, L Drees, T Fickel, D Hummel, ...
Global Sustainability 4, e13, 2021
The Role of Linked Social-Ecological Systems in a Mobile Agent-Based Ecosystem Service from Giant Honey Bees (Apis dorsata) in an Indigenous Community …
DMS Matias, C Borgemeister, AM Sémah, H von Wehrden
Human Ecology 47, 905-915, 2019
Ecological changes and local knowledge in a giant honey bee (Apis dorsata F.) hunting community in Palawan, Philippines
DMS Matias, C Borgemeister, H von Wehrden
Ambio 47, 924-934, 2018
Indigenous livelihood portfolio as a framework for an ecological post-COVID-19 society
DMS Matias
Geoforum 123, 12-13, 2021
Mapping giant honey bee nests in Palawan, Philippines through a transdisciplinary approach
DMS Matias, T Stellmacher, C Borgemeister, JG Cayron, H von Wehrden
Development in Practice 27 (7), 903-912, 2017
Low-Carbon Development in Southeast Asia
DM Matias
Bonn, West Germany: Germanwatch eV, 2011
Pro-poor climate risk insurance: the role of community-based organisations (CBOs)
DM Matias, R Fernández, ML Hutfils, M Winges
Briefing Paper, 2018
The land and sea routes to 2030: a call for greater attention on all small islands in global environmental policy
AMD Ortiz, ML Jamero, SJ Crespin, C Smith Ramirez, DMS Matias, ...
npj Biodiversity 2 (1), 18, 2023
Emerging response options and scenarios of slow onset events related to climate change in Southeast Asia
DMS Matias, HJ Kim, JA Anticamara, KMS Matias, LV Tibig
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 50, 175-184, 2021
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