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  • Khatri, D.B., Thuy, T.P., Di Gregorio, M., Karki, R., Paudel, N.S., Brockhaus, M. and Bhusal, R. 2016. REDD+ Politics in the Media: A Case from Nepal. Climatic Change, 138(1): 309-323. DOI 10.1007/s10584-016-1731-0

  • Karki, R., Shrestha, K.K., Ojha, H., Paudel, N., Khatri, D., Nuberg, I. and Adhikary, A. 2017. From Forests to Food Security: Pathways in Nepal’s community forestry. Small Scale Forestry. DOI 10.1007/s11842-017-9377-y

  • Bluffstone, R., Somanathan, E., Jha, P., Luintel, H., Bista, R., Toman, M., Paudel, N. and Adhikari, B. 2017. Does Collective Action Sequester Carbon? Evidence from the Nepal Community Forestry Programme. World Development, 101: 133-141.

  • Sunam, R., Paudel, N.S. and Paudel, G. 2013. Community Forestry and the Threat of Recentralization in Nepal: Contesting the Bureaucratic Hegemony in Policy Process. Society and Natural Resources.

    Patel, T., Dhiaulhaq, A., Gritten, D., Yasmi, Y., De Bruyn, T., Paudel, N.S., Luintel, H., Khatri, D.B., Silori, C. and Suzuki, R. 2013. Predicting Future Conflict under REDD+ Implementation. Forests, 4(2): 343-363.

    Paudel, N.S., Monterroso, I. and Cronkleton, P. 2012. Secondary level organization and democratization of forest governance: Case studies from Nepal and Guatemala. Conservation and Society, 10(2): 124-135.

    Jha, P. 2012. Climate change: impact, adaptation and vulnerability in the water supply of Kathmandu Valley. In: M, Pacetti, G. Passerini, C.A. Brebbia and G. Laitni (Eds.) The Sustainable City VII. UK: WIT Press.

    Bista, R. Gurung, A., Karki, R., Shrestha, S. and Uprety, D.R. 2012. Opportunities and challenges of adopting community forestry: A case study of Nepal. Scientific Journal of Agriculture, 1(6): 156-163

    Karki, R. and Gurung, A. 2012. An overview of climate change and its impact on agriculture: A review from least developing country, Nepal. International Journal of Ecosystem, 2(2): 19-24.

    Bishwokarma, D., Paudel, N.S. and Molina, J. 2012. Civil society organizations in climate change policy dynamics in Nepal: How representative and inclusive is the process? TMC Academic Journal, 7(1).

    Gurung, N. 2011. Local democracy in the political transition of Nepal. South-Asian Institute for Advance Studies (SIAS) and Alliance for Social Dialogue (ASD) Collaborative Fellowship Program.

    Ojha, H. 2011. Aid dilemma: has foreign aid contributed in community forestry in Nepal. Alliance for aid Monitor of Nepal.

    Ojha, H. 2011. Developmentalisation of Nepal. Himal Southasia. The Southasia Trust, Lalitpur, Nepal (available online at the-developmentalisation-of-nepal.html)

    Ojha, H.R., Hall, A. and Sulaiman V, R. 2011. Can learning based approaches take root in natural resource management? Reflections from the world of practice. Research into Use Programme (RIU)

    Rai, J. 2011. Poverty alleviation policy and reality in Nepal: a synopsis of cultural lenses. Society of Anthropology and Sociology of Nepal (SASON), 2: 230-264

    Ojha, H. R., Poudel, N.S., McDougall, C., Banjade, M.R., Cameron, J., and Magar, S.R. 2010. The Deliberative Scientist: Towards an Approach to Integrating Science and Politics in Forest Resource Governance in Nepal

    Giri, K. and Darnhofer, I.  2010. Outmigrating men: A window of opportunity for women's participation in community forestry?. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 25(1):55 — 61. Taylor & Francis. URL:

    Sunam, R. K. and Mccarthy, J. F. 2010. Advancing equity in community forestry: recognition of the poor matters. International Forestry Review, 12(4):370-382.

    Paudel, N.S., Moterroso, I. and Cronkleton, P. 2010. Forests and People: Community Rights and Forest Tenure Reform. Earthscan, 116-138

    Karna, B., Shivakoti, G.P. and Webb, E.L. 2010. Resilience of community forestry under conditions of armed conflict in Nepal. Environmental Conservation,1-9.

    Giri, K. and Darnhofer, I. 2010. Nepali Women Using Community Forestry as a Platform for Social Change. Society and Natural Resources, 23(12):1216-1229.

    Timsina, N.P. 2009. Institutionalizing the Achievements of Nepal’s Democratic Struggle. Election and Democracy. Reflections on the Asian Experiences 2009. The Korea Democracy Foundation (KDF) pp.115-136

    Ojha, H.R., Cameron, J. and Kumar, C. 2009. Deliberation or Symbolic Violence? The Governance of Community Forestry in Nepal. Forest Policy and Economics

    Rai, J.K. 2009. Prakitik Shorat mathi ko sambaidahnik Bayawastaha ra Naya sambidhan. Annapurna post.

    Ojha, H.R. 2006. Development as Symbolic Violence? The Case of Community Forestry in Nepal. ForestAction Nepal.

    Ojha, H.R and Cameron, J. 2007. A Deliberative Ethic form Development: A Nepalese Journey from Bourdieu through Kant to Dewey and Habermas. International Journal of Social Economics, 34(1): 66-87

    Paudel, K. P. and H. R. Ojha. 2007. From Imposed Indicators to Co-Creating Meanings in Nepal. In I. Guijt (ed.) Negotiated Learning: Collaborative Monitoring in Resource Management. Washington D C: Resources for the Future.

    Ojha, H.R. 2006. Techno-bureaucratic Doxa and challenges for Deliberative Governance: The Case of Community Forestry Policy and Pratice in Nepal. Policy and Society, 25(2):131-175

    Luintel, H.S. 2006. Do Civil Society Organizations Promote Equity in Community Forestry?A Reflection from Nepal's Experiences. In Hanging in the Balance: Equity in Community-Based Natural Resource Management in Asia (eds.) Mahanty,S., Fox, J., Nurse, M., Stephen, P., and McLees, L. RECOFTC

    Ojha, H. and B. Pokharel. 2006. Democratic Innovations in Community Forestry – What Can Politicians Learn? Participation, Nepal Participatory Action Network.

    Banjade, M.R., H. Schanz, and C. Leeuwis. 2006. Discourses of Information in Community Forest User Groups in Nepal. International Forestry Review, 8(2):229–240.

    Banjade , M.R. and Ojha, H.R. 2005. Facilitating deliberative governance: Innovations from Nepal’s community forestry program– a case study in Karmapunya. The Forestry Cronicals, 81(3).

    Ojha, H. and Bhattarai, B. 2003. Learning to manage a complex resource: a case of NTFP assessment in Nepal. ForestAction Nepal.

    Timsina, N.P. 2003. Promoting social justice and conserving montane forest environments: a case study of Nepal’s community forestry programme. The Geographical Journal, 169(3):236–242

    Ojha, H., B. Pokharel, K. Paudel and C. McDougall. 2002. Stakeholder Collaboration, Adaptive Management and Social Learning: a Comparative Review of Eight Community Forestry Sites in Nepal. Kathmandu and Indonesia: ForestAction and CIFOR.

    Paudel, K.P. and Ojha, H.R. 2001. Imposing indicators or co-creating meanings through joint reflection? Lessons from Community Forestry in Nepal

    Pokharel, B.K. and Ojha, H.R. Community Forestry in Nepal: A Platform for Public Deliberations or Technocratic Hegemony?

    Bhattarai, B. and Ojha, H.R. Distributional Impact of Community Forestry Who Is Benefiting from Nepal’s Community Forests? Forestaction Research Series 00/01

    Ojha, H.R. Forest Users' Federation in Nepal: Emergence, Interventions and Contribution to Sustainable Community Management of Forests in Nepal.

    Luintel, H.S. Do Civil Society Organizations Promote Equity in Community Forestry?A Reflection from Nepal's Experiences. In Hanging in the Balance: Equity in Community-Based Natural Resource Management in Asia (eds.) Mahanty,S., Fox, J., Nurse, M., Stephen, P., and McLees, L. RECOFTC

    Ojha, H.R. The Deliberative Scientist – Democratizing Scientific Practice in Forest Management. School of Development Studies,University of East Anglia

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