Mairon G. Bastos Lima
Mairon G. Bastos Lima
Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
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Sustainable development goals and inclusive development
J Gupta, C Vegelin
International environmental agreements: Politics, law and economics 16 (3 …, 2016
4652016
The policy context of biofuels: a case of non-governance at the global level?
MG Bastos Lima, J Gupta
Global Environmental Politics 13 (2), 46-64, 2013
722013
The Sustainable Development Goals and REDD+: assessing institutional interactions and the pursuit of synergies
MG Bastos Lima, G Kissinger, IJ Visseren-Hamakers, J Braña-Varela, ...
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 17 (4 …, 2017
552017
A reality check on the landscape approach to REDD+: Lessons from Latin America
MG Bastos Lima, IJ Visseren-Hamakers, J Braña-Varela, A Gupta
Forest Policy and Economics 78, 10-20, 2017
542017
Energy security in a developing world
OJ Kuik, MB Lima, J Gupta
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 2 (4), 627-634, 2011
402011
Using supply chain data to monitor zero deforestation commitments: an assessment of progress in the Brazilian soy sector
EKHJ zu Ermgassen, B Ayre, J Godar, MGB Lima, S Bauch, R Garrett, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (3), 035003, 2020
352020
Biofuel governance and international legal principles: is it equitable and sustainable
MG Bastos Lima
Melb. J. Int'l L. 10, 470, 2009
33*2009
The extraterritorial dimensions of biofuel policies and the politics of scale: live and let die?
MG Bastos Lima, J Gupta
Third World Quarterly 35 (3), 392-410, 2014
312014
Commodity-Centric Landscape Governance as a Double-Edged Sword: The Case of Soy and the Cerrado Working Group in Brazil
MG Bastos Lima, UM Persson
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3 (27), https://doi.org/10.3389/ffgc …, 2020
262020
When international sustainability frameworks encounter domestic politics: The sustainable development goals and agri-food governance in South America
KM Siegel, MG Bastos Lima
World Development 135, 105053, 2020
262020
An institutional analysis of biofuel policies and their social implications: Lessons from Brazil, India and Indonesia
M Bastos Lima
UNRISD Occasional Paper: Social Dimensions of Green Economy and Sustainable …, 2012
25*2012
Toward multipurpose agriculture: food, fuels, flex crops, and prospects for a bioeconomy
MG Bastos Lima
Global Environmental Politics 18 (2), 143-150, 2018
232018
Maldevelopment revisited: Inclusiveness and social impacts of soy expansion over Brazil’s Cerrado in Matopiba
G Russo Lopes, MG Bastos Lima, TNP Reis
World Development 139, 105316, 2021
212021
Sustainable food security for local communities in the globalized era: A comparative examination of Brazilian and Canadian case studies
MG Bastos Lima
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, 2008
19*2008
Leakage and boosting effects in environmental governance: A framework for analysis
MG Bastos Lima, M Persson, P Meyfroidt
Environmental Research Letters 14, 105006, 2019
152019
The Brazilian biofuel industry: achievements and geopolitical challenges
MGB Lima
Secure Oil and Alternative Energy, 343-369, 2012
92012
The contribution of forest and land use to closing the gigatonne emissions gap by 2020
MGB Lima, J Braña-Varela, H Kleymann, SL Carter
WWF, Wageningen UR, 2014
82014
Necropolitics in the Jungle: COVID‐19 and the Marginalisation of Brazil's Forest Peoples
G Russo Lopes, MG Bastos Lima
Bulletin of Latin American Research 39, 92-97, 2020
72020
Case study: Indonesia
MG Bastos Lima, J Gupta, N van der Grijp, F Agus, O Kuik
Climate Change, Forests and REDD, 2013
62013
Changing food systems and implications for sustainable communities: Cyprus, Canada, and Brazil
MLM Kattides, MGB Lima
Environments 36 (1), 45-58, 2008
62008
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