Publications

Wyss Academy for Nature: Publications

The Wyss Academy for Nature will continuously issue publications in collaboration with other universities and organisations across the world. 

This page is a work in progress and more papers will be published here soon.

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Briefing Papers

The Wyss Academy Briefing Papers contain information relevant for policy and practice based on insights from our current incubation, research, and engagement activities. They are circulated with the aim of sharing knowledge, initiating debate on emerging issues, and ultimately contributing to the development of pathways that generate beneficial impacts on nature and people in different landscapes around the world.

Briefing Paper 1

La gestión forestal de usos múltiples y una gobernanza participativa como alternativas a las actividades extractivas en Madre de Dios, Perú

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Briefing Paper 2

¿Es posible conciliar la conservación de la naturaleza y el bienestar humano en la Amazonía peruana?

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Briefing Paper 3

Castaña amazónica para el bosque y sus habitantes.

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Briefing Paper 4

El Plan Estratégico de la Zona de 

Amortiguamiento de la Reserva 

Nacional Tambopata (PEZA-TAMB),
Madre de Dios, Perú

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Appraisal Report Kenya

Towards sustainable futures for nature and people. An appraisal report for the Mt. Kenya– Ewaso Ng’iro North landscape, Kenya

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Appraisal report Laos

Towards sustainable futures for nature and people. An appraisal report for Laos in the stewardship hub of Southeast Asia

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Appraisal report Peru

Towards sustainable futures for nature and people. An appraisal report for Madre de Dios, Peru

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Reports

Wyss Academy Reports contain research, analysis, findings and recommendations. They are circulated with the aim of sharing knowledge, initiating debate on emerging issues, and eliciting comments and critical feedback on our current focal topics and regions. The reports are often created in collaboration with our institutional partners and with local organisations.