Publications: Buizer, Marleen
Turnhout, E., Waterton, C., Neves, K. and Buizer, M. (2013) Rethinking biodiversity: from goods and services to “living with”. Conservation Letters, 6 (3). pp. 154-161.
Buizer, M. and Van Herzele, A. (2012) Combining deliberative governance theory and discourse analysis to understand the deliberative incompleteness of centrally formulated plans. Forest Policy and Economics, 16 . pp. 93-101.
Buizer, M., Kurz, T. and Ruthrof, K. (2012) Understanding restoration volunteering in a context of environmental change: In pursuit of novel ecosystems or historical analogues? Human Ecology, 40 (1). pp. 153-160.
Buizer, M., Arts, B. and Kok, K. (2011) Governance, scale and the environment: The importance of recognizing knowledge claims in transdisciplinary arenas. Ecology and Society, 16 (1).
Buizer, M. and Turnhout, E. (2011) Text, talk, things, and the subpolitics of performing place. Geoforum, 42 (5). pp. 530-538.
Arts, B. and Buizer, M. (2009) Forests, discourses, institutions. A discursive-institutional analysis of global forest governance. Forest Policy and Economics, 11 (5-6). pp. 340-347.
Buizer, I.M. (2009) Bridging a divide? Local initiatives in a multi-level policy context. In: Forest Policies for a Sustainable Humanosphere Symposium, 17 - 18 February, Kyoto, Japan.
Ruthrof, K.X., Buizer, M. and Valentine, L. (2010) Ecological, social and economic filters, hurdles for restoration and planning for the unknown. In: 8th National Conference of the Australasian Network for Plant Conservation, 28 September - 1 October, Perth, Western Australia.
Harper, R. and Buizer, M. (2010) Evolution of Australian climate change policy in the post-Kyoto period. In: XXIII IUFRO World Congress, 23 - 28 August, Seoul, Korea.
Buizer, M. and Ruthrof, K.X. (2010) Volunteering for novel landscapes or historical analogues? The dilemmas of public involvement in Restoration Ecology in a context of Climate Change. In: XXIII IUFRO World Congress, 23 - 28 August, Seoul, Korea.
Buizer, M. (2010) Whom did you say need to be educated for the sake of community engagement? In: Dieback Information Group Conference ('10), 16 July, Perth, Western Australia.
Buizer, M., Kurz, T. and Ruthrof, K. (2011) Understanding restoration volunteering in a context of environmental change. Impact of tuart canopy decline on brushtail possums. Research Findings 2011: Bulletin No. 12 .