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Food_and_Agriculture_Organization_of_the_United_Nations(FAO).  2011.  Cambodia and FAO Achievements and success stories. :1-39.
Franco J, Kramer T, Fradejas AAlonso, Twomey H, Vervest P.  2015.  The Challenge of Democratic and Inclusive Land Policymaking in Myanmar: A Response to the Draft National Land Use Policy. :1-72.
Franco J, Kramer T, Fradejas AAlonso, Twomey H, Vervest P.  2015.  The Challenge of Democratic and Inclusive Land Policymaking in Myanmar: A Response to the Draft National Land Use Policy. :1-72.
Borras_Jr. SM, Franco JC.  2018.  The challenge of locating land-based climate change mitigation and adaptation politics within a social justice perspective: towards an idea of agrarian climate justice. Third World Quarterly. 39(7):1308-1325.
Friis C, Reenberg A, Heinimann A, Schönweger O.  2016.  Changing local land systems: Implications of a Chinese rubber plantation in Nambak District, Lao PDR. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 37(1):25-42.
Jr. SMBorras, Franco JC, Zau_Nam _.  2020.  Climate change and land: Insights from Myanmar. World Development. 129:1-11.
Hunsberger C, Corbera E, Borras SM, Franco JC, Woods K, Work C, de la Rosa R, Eang V, Herre R, Kham SSam et al..  2017.  Climate change mitigation, land grabbing and conflict: towards a landscape-based and collaborative action research agenda. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 38(3):305-324.
Feurer M, Gritten D, Than MMaung.  2018.  Community Forestry for Livelihoods: Benefiting from Myanmar's Mangroves. Forests. 9(3):1-15.
Ahrends A, Hollingsworth PM, Ziegler AD, Fox JM, Chen H, Su Y, Xu J.  2015.  Current trends of rubber plantation expansion may threaten biodiversity and livelihoods. Global Environmental Change. 34:48-58.

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