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Dil Bahadur Khatri, PhD
Dil Bahadur Khatri, PhD
Southasia Institutre of Advanced Studies
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Analysing REDD+: Challenges and choices
A Angelsen, M Brockhaus, WD Sunderlin, LV Verchot
Cifor, 2012
5012012
Adaptation interventions and their effect on vulnerability in developing countries: Help, hindrance or irrelevance?
S Eriksen, ELF Schipper, M Scoville-Simonds, K Vincent, HN Adam, ...
World Development 141, 105383, 2021
1332021
Policy without politics: Technocratic control of climate change adaptation policy making in Nepal
HR Ojha, S Ghimire, A Pain, A Nightingale, DB Khatri, H Dhungana
Climate Policy 16 (4), 415-433, 2016
1332016
REDD+, transformational change and the promise of performance-based payments: a qualitative comparative analysis
M Brockhaus, K Korhonen-Kurki, J Sehring, M Di Gregorio, ...
Climate Policy 17 (6), 708-730, 2017
842017
Predicting future conflict under REDD+ implementation
T Patel, A Dhiaulhaq, D Gritten, Y Yasmi, T De Bruyn, NS Paudel, ...
Forests 4 (2), 343-363, 2013
562013
Pitfalls of tree planting show why we need people-centered natural climate solutions
F Fleischman, S Basant, A Chhatre, EA Coleman, HW Fischer, D Gupta, ...
BioScience 70 (11), 947-950, 2020
552020
REDD+: reversing, reinforcing or reconfiguring decentralized forest governance in Nepal
BR Bushley, DB Khatri
Forest Action 3, 2011
502011
The context of REDD+ in Nepal: drivers, agents and institutions. Occasional paper 81
NS Paudel, DB Khatri, DR Khanal, R Karki
CIFOR, 2013
492013
Carbon, community and governance: is Nepal getting ready for REDD+?
HR Ojha, DB Khatri, KK Shrestha, B Bushley, N Sharma
Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 22 (4), 216-229, 2013
432013
Prospects and challenges of tenure and forest governance reform in the context of REDD+ initiatives in Nepal
NS Paudel, PO Vedeld, DB Khatri
Forest Policy and Economics 52, 1-8, 2015
342015
Shifting regimes of management and uses of forests: What might REDD+ implementation mean for community forestry? Evidence from Nepal
D Khatri, K Marquardt, A Pain, H Ojha
Forest Policy and Economics 92, 1-10, 2018
282018
REDD+, forest transition, agrarian change and ecosystem services in the hills of Nepal
K Marquardt, DB Khatri, A Pain
Human ecology 44 (2), 229-244, 2016
282016
Can evidence and voice influence policy? A critical assessment of Nepal's forestry sector strategy, 2014
HR Ojha, DB Khatri, KK Shrestha, B Bhattarai, JC Baral, BS Basnett, ...
Society & Natural Resources 29 (3), 357-373, 2016
242016
Reconstructing the concept of forest-based enterprise development in Nepal: Towards a pro-poor approach
B Pokharel, D Paudel, P Branney, DB Khatri, M Nurse
Journal of Forest and Livelihood 5 (1), 53-65, 2009
222009
Integrating climate change adaptation with local development: exploring institutional options
NS Paudel, DB Khatri, H Ojha, R Karki, N Gurung
Journal of Forest and Livelihood 11 (1), 1-13, 2013
212013
Rescuing forests from the carbon trap
H Ojha, T Maraseni, A Nightingale, B Bhattara, D Khatri
Forest Policy and Economics 101, 15-18, 2019
202019
Climate change adaptation and local institutions: How to connect community groups with local government for adaptation planning
DB Khatri, R Bista, N Gurung
Journal of Forest and Livelihood 11 (1), 14-28, 2013
192013
Compromising the environment in payments for environmental services? An institutional analysis of mechanisms for sharing hydroelectricity revenue in Kulekhani watershed, Nepal
DB Khatri
Unpublished master’s thesis, Graduate School of Development Studiesá…, 2009
192009
REDD+ politics in the media: a case from Nepal
DB Khatri, TT Pham, M Di Gregorio, R Karki, NS Paudel, M Brockhaus, ...
Climatic Change 138 (1), 209-323, 2016
172016
Revenue and employment opportunities from timber management in Nepal’s community forests
NS Paudel, G Paudel, R Karki, DB Khatri
Policy Brief 29, 2014
162014
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