DR. HELENA BINTI MUHAMAD VARKKEY
Department of International and Strategic Studies
Faculty of Arts and Social Scienceshelenav@um.edu.my
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The ambiguities of Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil certification: internal incoherence, governance rescaling and state transformation
The Ambiguities of Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil Certification: Internal Incoherence, Governance Rescaling and State Transformation
Palm Oil Governance in Different Locations: Using the Assemblage Approach to Understand A "Complex" Sector.
Exchanging Health for Economic Growth?: Haze in the Context of Public Health and Political Economy in Malaysia
The Forests for the Palms: Essays on the Politics of Haze and the Environment in Southeast Asia
Local and Transboundary Haze
The Haze Problem in Southeast Asia: Palm Oil and Patronage
ASEAN in Regional Environmental Governance: Bright Prospects or Hazy Future?
Government communication on transboundary haze: The nexus between public health and tourism
Socio-Political Responses Towards Transboundary Haze: The Oil Palm in Malaysia s Discourse
Preventing Dispute over Haze Through Regional and Local Governance