Biggs, R., Raudsepp-Hearne, C., Atkinson-Palombo, C., Bohensky, E., Boyd, E., Cundill, G., Fox, H.,
Ingram, S., Kok, K., Spehar, S., Tengo, M., Timmer, D. & Zurek, M. 2007. Linking futures across
scales: a dialog on multiscale scenarios. Ecology & Society, 12 (17). (online)

Chalmers, N. & Fabricius, C. 2007. Expert and generalist local knowledge about land-cover change on
South Africa’s Wild Coast: can local ecological knowledge add value to science? Ecology & Society,
12 (10). (online)

Botha, J., Witkowski, E.T.F. & Shackleton, C.M. 2007. Factors influencing prices of medicinal plants
traded in the Lowveld, South Africa. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World
Ecology, 14: 1-20.

Dovie, D.B.K., Shackleton, C.M. & Witkowski, E.T.F. 2007. Conceptualizing the human use of wild
edible herbs for conservation in South African communal areas. Journal of Environmental
Management, 80: 146-156.

Fabricius, C. & Collins, S. 2007. Community-based natural resource management: governing the
commons. Water Policy, 9 (2): 83-97.

Fabricius, C. Folke, C. Cundill, G. & Schultz, L. 2007. Powerless spectators, coping actors and
adaptive co-managers: a synthesis of the role of communities in ecosystem management. In Ecology &
Society, 12 (1):29.

Madubansi, M., Shackleton, C.M. 2007. Changes in fuelwood use and selection following
electrification in the Bushbuckridge lowveld, South Africa. Journal of Environmental Management,
83: 416-426.

Nefabas, L.L & Gambiza, J. 2007. Fire tolerance mechanisms of common woody plant species in a
semiarid savanna in south-western Zimbabwe. African Journal of Ecology, 45 (4): 550-556.
Shackleton, C.M. 2007. The effects of fire on post-fire seed germination of selected savanna woody
species. African Journal of Ecology, 45 (4): 545-549.

Shackleton, C.M., McGarry, D., Fourie, S., Gambiza, J., Shackleton, S.E. & Fabricius, C. 2007.
Assessing the effects of invasive alien species on rural livelihoods: case examples and a framework
from South Africa. Human Ecology, 35: 113-127.

Shackleton, C.M., Shackleton, S.E., Buiten, E. & Bird, N. 2007. The importance of dry woodlands and
forests in rural livelihoods and poverty alleviation in South Africa. Forest Policy and Economics, 9:

Shackleton, C.M. & Gambiza, J. 2007. Growth of Aloe ferox Mill. at selected sites in the Makana
region of the Eastern Cape. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 266-269.

Shackleton, C.M., Timmermans, H.G., Nongwe, N., Hamer, N. & Palmer, N & R. 2007. Direct-use
values of non-timber forest products from two areas on the Transkei Wild Coast. Agrekon, 46: 135-

Shackleton, C.M., Gambiza, J & Jones, R. 2007. Household fuelwood use in small electrified towns of
the Makana District, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Journal of Energy in South Africa, 18:4-10.

Shackleton, C.M., Buiten, E., Annecke, W., Banks, D., Bester, J., Everson, T., Fabricius, C., Ham, C.,
Kees, M., Modise, M., Phago, M., Prasad, G., Smit, W., Twine, W., Underwood, M., Von Maltitz, G.
& Wenzel, P. 2007. Exploring the options for fuelwood policies to support poverty alleviation policies:
evolving dimensions in South Africa. Forests, Trees & Livelihoods, 17: 269-292.

Shackleton, S.E. & Campbell, B. M. 2007. The traditional broom trade in Bushbuckridge, South
Africa: helping poor women cope with adversity. Economic Botany, 61(3): 256-268.

Shackleton, S.E., Shanley, P. & Ndoye, O. 2007. Invisible but viable: recognising local markets for
non-timber forest products. International Forestry Review, 9(3): 697-712.


Fabricius, C. & Cundill, G. 2007. An adaptive co-management approach to restoring natural capital in
communal areas of South Africa. In Restoring Natural Capital: Science,Business and Practice.
Aronson, J., Milton, S. & Blignaut, N. (eds.) Island Press, Washington (15) 129-136.


Shackleton, C.M. 2007. A vibrant and sustainable vision for Grahamstown. Grocott’s Mail, 30th
March, 138 (25):7.,

Kaschula, S. 2007. (Paper). Policy proposals for effective strategies in key SADC priority areas for
2007-2011: HIV/AIDS and food security. Prepared for the Centre for Conflict Resolution and
presented at the SADC policy advisory meeting “SADC: Building an effective security and governance
architecture for the 21st Century”, 29-30 May 2007, White Sands Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Kaschula, S. 2007. (Paper). The relationship between HIV/AIDS, gender and development: policy
challenges for SADC. Prepared for the Institute for Global Dialogue and presented at the SADC
Gender and Development Workshop “Consolidating Gains – Gender, Development and Growth in
SADC:, 22-23 August, Burgers Park Hotel, Pretoria, South Africa.


Cundill, G. 2007. Adaptability, linkages & self-organization: the keys to co-management in South
Africa’s communal areas? (Paper). Society for Conservation Biology Conference, Port Elizabeth, 1-5

Cundill, G/. Succeeding but failing: lessons from community based monitoring in CBNRM./ Oral
presentation at the regional symposium CBNRM: Past, Present and Future. 20-21 August, 2007,
Johannesburg, South Africa

Davenport, N. & Gambiza, J. 2007. Livestock in Municipal Commonage: What is really happening in
the Makana local Municipality? (Poster). 3rd Annual Thicket Forum, Rhodes University, Grahamstown,
16-20 July.

De Klerk, H. 2007. Changing livelihoods and the affrorestation of the Nqabara landscape. (Speed
presentation). Society for Conservation Biology. 3-6th July, Port Elizabeth.

Fabricius, C. 2007. Adaptive co-management of protected areas: a pragmatic view. (Paper) Society for
Conservation Biology Conference, Port Elizabeth, 1-5 July.

Fabricius, C. 2007. Social-ecological transformation: the case of Macubeni. (invited paper). Workshop
on Partnerships and Innovation in Land Restoration, Society for Conservation Biology Congress, Port
Elizabeth, 1-5 July.

Kaschula, S. 2007. Beyond poverty: challenges and advances in developing food security indicators
sensitive to AIDS. (Paper). The Poverty Challenge 2007: poverty and poverty reduction in South
Africa, India and Brazil. SANPAD Poverty Conference, Elangeni Hotel, Durban, 27-29th June.

Kaschula, S. 2007. The role of Environmental education in AIDS Education. (Paper). 4th World
Environmental Education Congress, International Conference Centre, Durban 2-6th July.

Kaschula, S. 2007. Capturing the role of social capital in ameliorating HIV/AIDS heightened food
insecurity – evidence from South Africa (Paper). 2007 Quetelet Seminar. Institute for Demography,
Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 27-30 November.

McConnachie, M., Shackleton, C.M. & McGregor, G.K. 2007. The extent of public green space and
alien species in ten small towns of the Thicket Biome. South Africa. (Poster) Joint annual congresses of
the Grassland Society of Southern Africa and the Thicket Forum. 16-20th July, Grahamstown.

Mills, A.J., Powell, M., Cowling, R., Shackleton, C.M. & Marais, C. 2007. Restoring degraded
landscapes for ecosystem service delivery: prospects for a semi-arid African ecosystem. (Paper).
Society for Conservation Biology, 3-6th July, Port Elizabeth.

Powell, M., Mills, A.J. & Shackleton, C.M. 2007. Carbon stocks in the subtropical thickets of
Baviaanskloof. (Paper). 21st century challenges: range, forage and Thicket. Joint annual congresses of
the Grassland Society of Southern Africa and the Thicket Forum. 16-20th July, Grahamstown.

Shackleton, C.M. 2007. Use and marketing of African indigenous vegetables in and around Durban,
South Africa. (Paper). 6th meeting of the Indigenous Vegetables in Urban Agriculture network, 17-20th
September, Arusha (Tanzania).

Shackleton, C.M. 2007. Whole market surveys for assessing trade in African indigenous vegetables.
(Paper). 5th meeting of the Indigenous Vegetables network, 5-8th March, Pretoria.

Shackleton, C.M., Kaschula, S. & McGarry, D. 2007. Livelihoods resilience and food security in the
context of HIV/AIDS: an action research approach. (Paper) 5th annual RBF grantees meeting, 23-28th
March, Pretoria

Shackleton, S.E. & Shackleton, C.M. 2007. The contribution of natural resource use to poverty
alleviation. (Paper). The Poverty Challenge 2007: poverty and poverty reduction in South Africa,
India and Brazil. SANPAD Poverty Conference, Elangeni Hotel, Durban, 26-29th June, Durban.

Shackleton, S.E. & Campbell, B. 2007. How important is the trade in woodland products for
livelihoods and poverty alleviation in South Africa? Evidence from four case studies. In: Bester, J.J.,
Seydack, A.H.W., Voster, T., van der Merwe, I.J. & Dzivhani, S. (eds). Multiple use management of
natural forests and woodlands: policy refinement and scientific progress. Proceedings of the “Natural
forests and savanna woodlands symposium 1V”, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 15-18 May 2006. Dept
of Water Affairs & Forestry, Pretoria, South Africa.


Shackleton, C.M., Ernst, L., Mthembu, T., Paumgarten, F., Dlamini, N., Gabela, M., Mchunu, P.,
Mtolo, B., Zuma, Z. & Auerbach, R. 2007. Marketing of African Indigenous Vegetables in the Durban
metropolitan area, South Africa. Report to the IndigenoVeg Consortium, Bangor (Wales). 53pp.

Rhodes University Consortium 2007. Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve Area study research report. Report
to the Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve Project Management Unit, Port Elizabeth. 104pp.

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