Birgit Elands
Birgit Elands
assistant professor Forest and Nature Conservation Policy Group, Wageningen University (NL)
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Social interactions in urban parks: Stimulating social cohesion?
K Peters, B Elands, A Buijs
Urban forestry & urban greening 9 (2), 93-100, 2010
No wilderness for immigrants: Cultural differences in images of nature and landscape preferences
AE Buijs, BHM Elands, F Langers
Landscape and urban Planning 91 (3), 113-123, 2009
Forestry and rural development in Europe: an exploration of socio-political discourses
BHM Elands, KF Wiersum
Forest policy and economics 3 (1-2), 5-16, 2001
Small-scale forest ownership across Europe: characteristics and future potential
KF Wiersum, BHM Elands, MA Hoogstra
Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy 4 (1), 1-19, 2005
Active citizenship for urban green infrastructure: fostering the diversity and dynamics of citizen contributions through mosaic governance
AE Buijs, TJM Mattijssen, APN Van der Jagt, B Ambrose-Oji, E Andersson, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 22, 1-6, 2016
Beyond environmental frames: the social representation and cultural resonance of nature in conflicts over a Dutch woodland
AE Buijs, BJM Arts, BHM Elands, J Lengkeek
Geoforum 42 (3), 329-341, 2011
Advancing urban green infrastructure in Europe: Outcomes and reflections from the GREEN SURGE project
S Pauleit, B Ambrose-Oji, E Andersson, B Anton, A Buijs, D Haase, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 40, 4-16, 2019
Governing cities reflexively—The biocultural diversity concept as an alternative to ecosystem services
M Buizer, B Elands, K Vierikko
Environmental Science & Policy 62, 7-13, 2016
Management of recreation and nature based tourism in European forests
U Pröbstl, V Wirth, BHM Elands, S Bell
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
Forests as a mirror of rural conditions; local views on the role of forests across Europe
BHM Elands, TN O'Leary, HWJ Boerwinkel, KF Wiersum
Forest policy and economics 6 (5), 469-482, 2004
Typical Tourists: Research into the theoretical and methodological foundations of a typology of tourism and recreation experiences
B Elands, J Lengkeek
Mansholt Graduate School, 2000
Recreational ecosystem services in European cities: Sociocultural and geographical contexts matter for park use
LK Fischer, J Honold, A Botzat, D Brinkmeyer, R Cvejić, T Delshammar, ...
Ecosystem Services 31, 455-467, 2018
Mosaic governance for urban green infrastructure: Upscaling active citizenship from a local government perspective
A Buijs, R Hansen, S Van der Jagt, B Ambrose-Oji, B Elands, EL Rall, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 40, 53-62, 2019
The long-term prospects of citizens managing urban green space: From place making to place-keeping?
TJM Mattijssen, APN Van der Jagt, AE Buijs, BHM Elands, S Erlwein, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 26, 78-84, 2017
Does expertise matter? An in-depth understanding of people’s structure of thoughts on nature and its management implications
AE Buijs, BHM Elands
Biological Conservation 168, 184-191, 2013
Policy interpretations and manifestation of biocultural diversity in urbanized Europe: conservation of lived biodiversity
BHM Elands, KF Wiersum, AE Buijs, K Vierikko
Biodiversity and Conservation 24 (13), 3347-3366, 2015
The ‘green’and ‘self’in green self-governance–a study of 264 green space initiatives by citizens
T Mattijssen, A Buijs, B Elands, B Arts
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 20 (1), 96-113, 2018
Considering the ways biocultural diversity helps enforce the urban green infrastructure in times of urban transformation
K Vierikko, B Elands, J Niemelä, E Andersson, A Buijs, LK Fischer, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 22, 7-12, 2016
The tourist experience of out-there-ness: theory and empirical research
BHM Elands, J Lengkeek
Forest Policy and Economics 19, 31-38, 2012
Landowners’ perspectives on the rural future and the role of forests across Europe
BHM Elands, S Praestholm
Journal of Rural Studies 24 (1), 72-85, 2008
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