The Forest and Nature Conservation Policy group’s framework for research is called the practice based approach. This framework for research is based on the idea that the interactions between people, forests and nature can best be understood as context specific practices. Research of FNP takes place in different locations all over the world and at different levels that range from the local to the global.
FNP's Research Themes
Our research themes form an operationalization of the FNP practice‐based approach. At the same time, these themes connect to established approaches in environmental sociology, policy studies, economics, political ecology, and social studies of science and technology. Each theme is linked to concrete research projects which you can find on this page.