Dr. Jane Mutheu Mutune

Jane Mutheu Mutune holds a Doctoral Degree (PhD) in Environmental Governance and Management from the University of Nairobi, Masters of Science Degree in Agricultural Economics and Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture from the University of Nairobi. Mutune is an expert in Environmental Governance and Management with a specialization in forest governance and rural livelihoods. She is passionate about solid waste management and segregation; she advocates that waste is not waste but a resource.

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Mutune, J.M., HWMCPRG.  2017.  What Rights and Benefits? The Implementation of Participatory Forest Management in Kenya: The Case of Eastern Mau Forest Reserve Journal of Sustainable Forestry.


and Mutune, J.M., LWMJFRD.  2016.  Unpacking the impacts of ‘Participatory’ Forestry Policies: Evidence from Kenya. . Journal of Forests Policy and Economics . Vol. 69 (69):45–52.


and Mutune, J.M., WMRGDN.  2015.  Local Participation In Community Forest Associations: A case Study of Sururu and Eburu Forest. International Journal of African and Asian Studies. 24:84-94.


and Mutune, J.M., MNKJRG.  2011.  Determinants of adoption of conservation tillage practices in maize-cowpea cropping systems: The case of Makueni District, Kenya.. Journal of Soil Science and Environmental Management. 2(11):354-361.


Mutune, M;, Nyaga PN;, Njagi LW;, Sourou SY;, Mwaniki G;, Bebora LC;, Mbuthia PG.  2008.  Myopathy and Parasitism in a guinea fowl: a case report.

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