Esther Turnhout
Esther Turnhout
Professor (full) The Politics of Environmental Knowledge. Wageningen University
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Ecological indicators: between the two fires of science and policy
E Turnhout, M Hisschemöller, H Eijsackers
Ecological indicators 7 (2), 215-228, 2007
How participation creates citizens: participatory governance as performative practice
E Turnhout, S Van Bommel, N Aarts
Ecology and Society 15 (4), 2010
Rethinking biodiversity: from goods and services to “living with”
E Turnhout, C Waterton, K Neves, M Buizer
Conservation Letters 6 (3), 154-161, 2013
Towards a reflexive turn in the governance of global environmental expertise. The cases of the IPCC and the IPBES
S Beck, M Borie, J Chilvers, A Esguerra, K Heubach, M Hulme, R Lidskog, ...
GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 23 (2), 80-87, 2014
New roles of science in society: different repertoires of knowledge brokering
E Turnhout, M Stuiver, J Klostermann, B Harms, C Leeuwis
Science and public policy 40 (3), 354-365, 2013
Listen to the voices of experience
E Turnhout, B Bloomfield, M Hulme, J Vogel, B Wynne
Nature 488 (7412), 454-455, 2012
Technical knowledge, discursive spaces and politics at the science–policy interface
A Wesselink, KS Buchanan, Y Georgiadou, E Turnhout
Environmental science & policy 30, 1-9, 2013
‘Measurementality’in biodiversity governance: knowledge, transparency, and the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)
E Turnhout, K Neves, E De Lijster
Environment and Planning A 46 (3), 581-597, 2014
In pursuit of carbon accountability: the politics of REDD+ measuring, reporting and verification systems
A Gupta, E Lövbrand, E Turnhout, MJ Vijge
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (6), 726-731, 2012
The effectiveness of boundary objects: the case of ecological indicators
E Turnhout
Science and public policy 36 (5), 403-412, 2009
Envisioning REDD+ in a post‐Paris era: Between evolving expectations and current practice
E Turnhout, A Gupta, J Weatherley‐Singh, MJ Vijge, J De Koning, ...
Wiley interdisciplinary reviews: climate change 8 (1), e425, 2017
What does policy-relevant global environmental knowledge do? The cases of climate and biodiversity
E Turnhout, A Dewulf, M Hulme
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 18, 65-72, 2016
To co-produce or not to co-produce
MC Lemos, JC Arnott, NM Ardoin, K Baja, AT Bednarek, A Dewulf, ...
Nature Sustainability 1 (12), 722-724, 2018
Science in Wadden Sea policy: from accommodation to advocacy
E Turnhout, M Hisschemöller, H Eijsackers
Environmental Science & Policy 11 (3), 227-239, 2008
Working at the science–policy interface: a discursive analysis of boundary work at the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
D Huitema, E Turnhout
Environmental Politics 18 (4), 576-594, 2009
Social learning for solving complex problems: a promising solution or wishful thinking? A case study of multi‐actor negotiation for the integrated management and sustainable …
S Van Bommel, N Röling, N Aarts, E Turnhout
Environmental Policy and Governance 19 (6), 400-412, 2009
The politics of co-production: participation, power, and transformation
E Turnhout, T Metze, C Wyborn, N Klenk, E Louder
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 42, 15-21, 2020
A practice based approach to forest governance
B Arts, J Behagel, E Turnhout, J De Koning, S Van Bommel
Forest Policy and Economics 49, 4-11, 2014
The implementation of Natura 2000 in forests: A trans-and interdisciplinary assessment of challenges and choices
G Winkel, M Blondet, L Borrass, T Frei, M Geitzenauer, A Gruppe, A Jump, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 52, 23-32, 2015
Shifting nature conservation approaches in Natura 2000 and the implications for the roles of stakeholders
F Ferranti, E Turnhout, R Beunen, JH Behagel
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 57 (11), 1642-1657, 2014
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