Biggs, R., Schluter, J., Biggs, D., Bohensky, E.L., BurnSilver, S., Cundill, G., Dakos, V., Daw, T.M.,
Evans, L.S., Kotschy, K., Leitch, A.M., Meek, C., Quinlan, A., Raudsepp-Hearne, C., Robards, M.D.,
Schoon, M.L., Schultz, L. & West, P.C. 2012. Toward principles for enhancing the resilience of
ecosystem services. Annual Review of Environment & Resources, 37: 421-448.
Clarke, C.L., Shackleton, S.E. & Powell, M. 2012. Climate change perceptions, drought responses
and views on carbon farming amongst commercial livestock and game farmers in the semiarid Great
Fish River Valley, Eastern Cape province, South Africa. African Journal of Range & Forage Science,
Cundill, G., Cumming, G., Biggs, D. and Fabricius, C. 2011. Soft systems thinking and social learning
for adaptive management. Conservation Biology, 26(1): 13-20.
Cundill, G. & Rodela, R. 2012. A review of assertions about the processes and outcomes of social
learning in natural resource management. Journal of Environmental Management, 113: 7-14.
Curran, P., Smedley, D., Thompson, P. & Knight, A.T. 2012. Mapping restoration opportunity for
collaborating with land managers in a carbon credit-funded restoration program in the Makana
Municipality, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Restoration Ecology, 20(1): 56-64.
Davenport, N.A., Shackleton, C.M. & Gambiza, J. 2012. The direct use value of municipal
commonage goods and services to urban households in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Land Use
Policy, 29: 548-557.
Ellery, W.N., Grenfell, S.E., Grenfell, M.C., Humphries, M.S., Barnes, K., Dahlber, A. & Kindness, A.
2012. Peat formation in the context of the development of the Mkuze floodplain on the coastal plain of
Maputaland, South Africa. Geomorphology, 141-142: 11-20.
Kotze, D.C., Ellery, W.N., MacFarlane, D.M. & Jewitt, G.P.W. 2012. A rapid assessment method for
coupling anthropogenic stressors and wetland ecological condition. Ecological Indicators, 13: 284-
Kaschula, S.A. & Shackleton, C.M. 2012. How do HIV & AIDS impact the use of natural resources by
poor rural populations? The case of wild animal products. South African Journal of Science, 108(1/2):
Mahapatra, A.K. & Shackleton, C.M. 2012. Exploring the relationship between trade and natural
products, cash income and livelihoods in tropical forest regions of Eastern India. International Forestry
Review, 14: 62-73.
Pandey, A.K. & Shackleton, C.M. 2012. The effect of harvesting approaches, fruit yield, embelin
concentration and regrowth dynamics of a forest shrub, Embelia tsjeriam-cottam in central India.
Forest Ecology & Management, 266: 180-186.
Rodela, R., Georgina, C. & Wals, A.E.J. 2012. An analysis of the methodological underpinnings of
social learning in natural resource management. Ecological Economics, 77: 16-26.
Shackleton, C.M. 2012. Is there no urban forestry or greening in the developing world? Scientific
Research & Essays, 7(40): 3329-3335.
Shackleton, S.E. & Shackleton, C.M. 2012. Linking poverty, HIV/AIDS and climate change to human
and ecosystem vulnerability in southern Africa: consequences for livelihoods and sustainable
ecosystem management. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 19(3):
Thondhlana, G., Vedeld, P. & Shackleton, S. 2012. Natural resource use, income and dependence
among San and Mier communities bordering Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, southern Kahalari, South
Africa. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 19(5): 1-11.
Shackleton, S. 2012. (Book Review). Prickly Pear: the social history of a plant in the Eastern Cape.
By William Beinhart & Luvuyo Wotshela. African Journal of Range & Forage Science, 29 (3):157–158.
Rodela, R., Cundill, G. and Wals, A. 2012. A reflection on research design and methodologies used
by the social learning literature. In Lotz-Sisitka, H (Ed). (Re) Views on Social Learning Literature: A
monograph for social learning researchers in natural resources management and environmental
education’. Grahamstown: Environmental Learning Research Centre, Rhodes University / EEASA /
SADC REEP (ISBN: 978-1-919991-81-8)
Cundill, G. and Rodela, R. 2012. A search for coherence: Social learning in natural resource
management. In Lotz-Sisitka, H (Ed). (Re) Views on Social Learning Literature: A monograph for
social learning researchers in natural resources management and environmental education’.
Grahamstown: Environmental Learning Research Centre, Rhodes University / EEASA / SADC REEP
Cundill, G 2012. Learning is fundamental to our capacity to cope with future social-ecological change.
But how do we stimulate the ‘right’ kind of learning, and how will we know if we succeed or fail?
Sustainable learning Centre, online: http://sustainable-learning.org/category/blog/
Gambiza, J., Shackleton, C.M., Davenport, N., Atkinson, D., Hoffman, M.T., Martens, C., Puttick, J. &
de Groot, W. 2012. Municipal commonage: an undervalued national resource. Policy Brief 7, Dept of
Environmental Science, Rhodes University, Grahamstown. 6 pp.
Shackleton, C.M. 2012. Extension needs to be more about livelihoods. Phuhlisani Extension Opinion
No. 8. Online: www.extensionpolicy.za.net.
Shackleton, S. & Paumgarten, F. 2012. Opportunities for enhancing poor women’s socio-economic
empowerment in the value chains of three African dry forest non-timber forest products. In
Mainstreaming gender into the COBAM Project, fact sheet produced by CIFOR.
Shackleton, S., Paumgarten, F., Kassa, H., Husselman, M., Zida, M., Purnomo, H., Irawati, R.H.,
Fauzan, A.U. & Melati. 2012. Forests: gender and value chains. Infobrief, 49: 1-6.
Ward, C. 2012. Promoting Queenstown food gardens. The Representative, Friday March 23rd.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (12)
Clarke C. (2012). Coping and Adaptation Strategies of Vulnerable Rural Households in response to
Multiple Stressors (Climate Change and HIV/AIDS), and using natural resources as a safety-net, 1st
National Global Change Conference. 26 - 28 November. Birchwood Hotel, Boksburg, South Africa.
Cundill, G., Thondhlana, G., Sisitka, L., Blore, M. and Shackleton, S. (2012). Land claims and the
unquestioned pursuit of co-management on protected areas in South Africa. Old land - New
Practice? The changing face of land and conservation in postcolonial Africa. 11 - 14th September,
Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. (Paper).
Cundill, G., Shackleton, S.E., Lotz-Sisitka, H. (2012). Community led social learning innovation model
for adaptation to climate change. 4th International Ecosummit. Ecological Sustainability: Restoring the
Planet's Ecosystem Services. 30 September - 5 October. Columbus, Ohio, USA. (Poster).
Cundill, G. 2012 - Invited panel discussant: The implications of complexity thinking for South Africa.
Complexity Forum, Stellenbosch, South Africa, October.
Cundill, G. 2012 - Toward reflexively tracking change in complex systems. Poster presentation at the
Complexity Forum, Stellenbosch, South Africa, October.
Gambiza, J. & Shackleton, C.M. 2012. Seedling survival and nurse plants of Aloe ferox. (Paper).
Annual Thicket Forum conference, 10-12th Sept, Grahamstown (South Africa).
Hamer, N. & Cundill, G. (2012). Community led social learning innovation model for adaptation to
climate change, 1st National Global Change Conference. 26 - 28 November. Birchwood Hotel,
Boksburg, South Africa. (Oral presentation).
Munro, S. 2012. Local Ecological Knowledge of Portulacaria afra amongst commercial farmers in the
Sundays River Valley. Presentation, Thicket Forum, Grahamstown, 10-12th Sept.
Petra Tschakert, Bettina Koelle, Margaret Alston, Susannah Sallu, Gina Ziervogel, Sheona
Shackleton (2012). Limits to adaptation. Climate Adaptation Futures: Second Internation Climate
Change Adaptation Conference. May 29 - May 31. University of Arizona, Tuscon, Arizona, USA.
Pool, J.R., Ripley, B.S. & Powell, M. 2012. The carbon content of Portulacaria afra (L.) Jacq. South
African Journal of Botany, 79: 173-240. (Conference Abstracts from the 38th Annual Congress of the
South African Association of Botanists, University of Pretoria, 15-18 Jan 2012).
Shackleton, C.M. & Shackleton, S.E. 2012. Natural resource richness mitigates against income
poverty and livelihood vulnerability. (Paper). International conference on Strategies to overcome
poverty and inequality: Towards Carnegie3. 3-7 Sept, Cape Town (South Africa).
Shackleton, S.E. and Cobbin, L. (2012). Who is most vulnerable to climate change in the Eastern
Cape and why? First National Conference on Global Change. Birchwood Hotel, Boksburg, 26-28
November 2012. Organised by DST, NRF and DEA, South Africa.
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