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Valuing nature’s contributions to people: the IPBES approach
U Pascual, P Balvanera, S Díaz, G Pataki, E Roth, M Stenseke, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 26, 7-16, 2017
Diverse values of nature for sustainability
U Pascual, P Balvanera, CB Anderson, R Chaplin-Kramer, M Christie, ...
Nature 620 (7975), 813-823, 2023
Transformative governance of biodiversity: insights for sustainable development
IJ Visseren-Hamakers, J Razzaque, P McElwee, E Turnhout, E Kelemen, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 53, 20-28, 2021
Feasibility of energy justice: Exploring national and local efforts for energy development in Nepal
M Islar, S Brogaard, M Lemberg-Pedersen
Energy Policy 105, 668-676, 2017
Privatised hydropower development in Turkey: a case of water grabbing?
M Islar
Water Alternatives 5 (2), 2012
What local people? Examining the Gállok mining conflict and the rights of the Sámi population in terms of justice and power
S Persson, D Harnesk, M Islar
Geoforum 86, 20-29, 2017
“We are not in this to save the polar bears!”–the link between community renewable energy development and ecological citizenship
M Islar, H Busch
Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 29 (3), 303-319, 2016
Nature unsettled: How knowledge and power shape ‘nature-based’approaches to societal challenges
S Woroniecki, H Wendo, E Brink, M Islar, T Krause, AM Vargas, ...
Global Environmental Change 65, 102132, 2020
The ‘end of the world’vs. the ‘end of the month’: understanding social resistance to sustainability transition agendas, a lesson from the Yellow Vests in France
M Martin, M Islar
Sustainability Science 16 (2), 601-614, 2021
Post-Truth: Hegemony on Social Media and Implications for Sustainability Communication
C Jaques, M Islar, G Lord
Sustainability 11 (7), 2019
Climate politics in green deals: Exposing the political frontiers of the European Green Deal
JA Samper, A Schockling, M Islar
Politics and Governance 9 (2), 8-16, 2021
Neoliberalism,Nature, and Changing Modalities of Environmental Governance in Contemporary Turkey
L Harris, M Islar
Global Economic Crisis and the Politics of Diversity, 53-78, 2014
Political ecology of inter-basin water transfers in Turkish water governance
M Islar, C Boda
Ecology and Society 19 (4), 2014
Struggles for recognition: privatisation of water use rights of Turkish rivers
M Islar
Local Environment 17 (3), 317-329, 2012
Living degrowth? Investigating degrowth practices through performative methods
J Brossmann, M Islar
Sustainability Science, 1-14, 2019
Water governance, policy and knowledge transfer
C De Boer, J Vinke-de Kruijf, G Özerol, HTA Bressers
International studies on contextual water management. Earthscan—Routledge …, 2013
Grassroots practices of citizenship and politicization in the urban: the case of right to the city initiatives in Barcelona
M Islar, E Irgil
Citizenship Studies, 2018
From producers to consumers: the challenges and opportunities of agricultural development in Iraqi Kurdistan
L Eklund, A Abdi, M Islar
Land 6 (2), 44, 2017
Public participation as an essentially contested concept: insights from water management in Turkey
G Özerol, AÖ Tacer, M Islar
Water Governance, Policy and Knowledge Transfer, 128-147, 2013
Preliminary guide regarding diverse conceptualization of multiple values of nature and its benefits, including biodiversity and ecosystem functions and services
SM Díaz, G Pataki, E Roth, RT Watson, YS Al-Hafedh, S Ahn, ...
Bonn: Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and …, 2014
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