Lisa Rausch
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Brazil's soy moratorium
HK Gibbs, L Rausch, J Munger, I Schelly, DC Morton, P Noojipady, ...
Science 347 (6220), 377-378, 2015
The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation
EF Lambin, HK Gibbs, R Heilmayr, KM Carlson, LC Fleck, RD Garrett, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (2), 109-116, 2018
The rotten apples of Brazil's agribusiness
R Rajão, B Soares-Filho, F Nunes, J Börner, L Machado, D Assis, ...
Science 369 (6501), 246-248, 2020
Criteria for effective zero-deforestation commitments
RD Garrett, S Levy, KM Carlson, TA Gardner, J Godar, J Clapp, ...
Global Environmental Change 54, 135-147, 2019
Brazil’s Amazon Soy Moratorium reduced deforestation
R Heilmayr, LL Rausch, J Munger, HK Gibbs
Nature Food 1 (12), 801-810, 2020
Green for gold: social and ecological tradeoffs influencing the sustainability of the Brazilian soy industry
RD Garrett, LL Rausch
The Journal of Peasant Studies 43 (2), 461-493, 2016
Soy expansion in Brazil's Cerrado
LL Rausch, HK Gibbs, I Schelly, A Brandão Jr, DC Morton, AC Filho, ...
Conservation Letters 12 (6), e12671, 2019
Demystifying sustainable soy in Brazil
M Lima, CA da Silva Junior, L Rausch, HK Gibbs, JA Johann
Land Use Policy 82, 349-352, 2019
Compliance and market exclusion in Brazilian agriculture: Analysis and implications for “soft” governance
C Brannstrom, L Rausch, JC Brown, RMT de Andrade, A Miccolis
Land Use Policy 29 (2), 357, 2012
Cattle ranchers and deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: Production, location, and policies
ME Skidmore, F Moffette, L Rausch, M Christie, J Munger, HK Gibbs
Global Environmental Change 68, 102280, 2021
Avoided deforestation linked to environmental registration of properties in the Brazilian Amazon
J Alix‐Garcia, LL Rausch, J L'Roe, HK Gibbs, J Munger
Conservation Letters 11 (3), e12414, 2018
Mapping properties to monitor forests: Landholder response to a large environmental registration program in the Brazilian Amazon
J L’Roe, L Rausch, J Munger, HK Gibbs
Land Use Policy 57, 193-203, 2016
Property Arrangements and Soy Governance in the Brazilian State of Mato Grosso: Implications for Deforestation-Free Production
LL Rausch, HK Gibbs
Land 5 (2), 7, 2016
Extensive production practices and incomplete implementation hinder Brazil’s zero-deforestation cattle agreements in Para
R Pereira, LL Rausch, A Carrara, HK Gibbs
Tropical Conservation Science 13, 1940082920942014, 2020
Estimating the Potential for Conservation and Farming in the Amazon and Cerrado under Four Policy Scenarios
A Brandão Jr, L Rausch, A Paz Durán, C Costa Jr, SA Spawn, HK Gibbs
Sustainability 12 (3), 1277, 2020
Simulated Impacts of Soy and Infrastructure Expansion in the Brazilian Amazon: A Maximum Entropy Approach
G Frey, T West, T Hickler, L Rausch, H Gibbs, J Börner
Forests 9 (10), 600, 2018
Convergent agrarian frontiers in the settlement of Mato Grosso, Brazil
L Rausch
Historical Geography 42 (1), 276-297, 2014
Brazilian land registry impacts on land use conversion
S Jung, C Dyngeland, L Rausch, LV Rasmussen
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 104 (1), 340-363, 2022
Environmental Governance as a Development Strategy: The Case of Lucas do Rio Verde Legal
L Rausch
University of Kansas, 2013
Protected areas still used to produce Brazil's cattle
TAP West, L Rausch, J Munger, HK Gibbs
Conservation Letters 15 (6), e12916, 2022
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