Emilie Beauchamp
Emilie Beauchamp
IIED and University of Oxford
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Guiding principles for evaluating the impacts of conservation interventions on human well-being
E Woodhouse, KM Homewood, E Beauchamp, T Clements, JT McCabe, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370á…, 2015
1262015
Assessing medium-term impacts of conservation interventions on local livelihoods in Northern Cambodia
E Beauchamp, T Clements, EJ Milner-Gulland
World Development 101, 202-218, 2018
272018
“Living a good life”: conceptualizations of well-being in a conservation context in Cambodia
E Beauchamp, E Woodhouse, T Clements, EJ Milner-Gulland
Ecology and Society 23 (2), 2018
252018
Exploring trade-offs between development and conservation outcomes in Northern Cambodia
E Beauchamp, T Clements, EJ Milner-Gulland
Land Use Policy 71, 431-444, 2018
242018
Exploring temporality in socio-ecological resilience through experiences of the 2015–16 El Ni˝o across the Tropics
S Whitfield, E Beauchamp, DS Boyd, D Burslem, A Byg, F Colledge, ...
Global environmental change 55, 1-14, 2019
172019
Resilience from the ground up: how are local resilience perceptions and global frameworks aligned?
E Beauchamp, J Abdella, S Fisher, J McPeak, H Patnaik, P Koulibaly, ...
Disasters 43, S295-S317, 2019
112019
Investigating perceptions of land issues in a threatened landscape in Northern Cambodia
E Beauchamp, T Clements, EJ Milner-Gulland
Sustainability, 2019
72019
Impacts of Community Forests in Exploitation on Communities' Livelihoods in Cameroon: Lessons Learned from Two Case Studies
E Beauchamp
Centre of Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, 2009
52009
Examining trajectories of change for prosperous forest landscapes in Cambodia
RA Riggs, JD Langston, E Beauchamp, H Travers, S Ken, C Margules
Environmental management 66 (1), 72-90, 2020
42020
The devolved climate finance mechanisms: principles, implementation and lessons from four semi-arid countries
DCF Alliance
DCF Alliance / IIED report, 2019
42019
Seeing the people for the trees: impacts of conservation on human well-being in northern Cambodia
E Beauchamp
Imperial College London, 2016
42016
The role of quantitative cross-case analysis in understanding tropical smallholder farmers’ adaptive capacity to climate shocks
E Beauchamp, A Moskeland, EJ Milner-Gulland, M Hirons, B Ruli, A Byg, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (12), 125013, 2019
32019
Resilience to climate shocks in the tropics
M Hirons, E Beauchamp, S Whitfield, D Conway, R Asare, Y Malhi
Environmental Research Letters 15 (10), 100203, 2020
12020
Twenty priorities for future social-ecological research on climate resilience
E Beauchamp, M Hirons, K Brown, EJ Milner-Gulland
Environmental Research Letters 15 (10), 105006, 2020
12020
Resilience of local communities: lessons from COVID-19
A Norstr÷m, D Mfitumukiza, E Beauchamp, M Rahman
Global Resilience Partnership, 0
1
Using locally available fertilisers to enhance the yields of swidden farmers in Papua New Guinea
M Hazenbosch, S Sui, B Isua, E Beauchamp, J Frouz, K Imale, M Jimbudo, ...
Agricultural Systems 192, 103089, 2021
2021
Health service needs and perspectives of remote forest communities in Papua New Guinea: study protocol for combined clinical and rapid anthropological assessments with parallelá…
J Middleton, MY Abdad, E Beauchamp, G Colthart, MJF Cooper, F Dem, ...
BMJ open 10 (10), e041784, 2020
2020
The climate crisis: four ways evaluations can strengthen policymaking
Emilie Beauchamp, Dirk Hoffmann, Stefano D’Errico, Dorothy Lucks, Kassem El ...
IIED Briefing, 2020
2020
Understanding local climate priorities: Applying a gender and generation focused planning tool in Tanzania and Zanzibar
S Greene, D Pertaub, S McIvor, E Beauchamp, P Sutz
IIED Briefing, 2020
2020
From monitoring goals to systems-informed evaluation: insights from SDG14
Zenda Ofir, Gerald Singh, Emilie Beauchamp, Dorothy Lucks, Stefano D’Errico ...
IIED Briefing, 2019
2019
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