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Collaborative governance of forests

by Motomu Tanaka | 01 January 2015
Category: Films Cinema & DVD
This extensive reference recounts a modern history of forestry in Japan, Indonesia, the Solomon Islands and other Asian countries, reflecting industrial and colonial exploitation, periods of excessive deforestation, and the alienation of local residents from natural resources. Drawing on their experience as 'participant observers' in local practice, the authors suggest new, 'inclusive' approaches to forestry governance that support sustainable development, environmental preservation, and productive collaboration by various stakeholders.
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This extensive reference recounts a modern history of forestry in Japan, Indonesia, the Solomon Islands and other Asian countries, reflecting industrial and colonial exploitation, periods of excessive deforestation, and the alienation of local residents from natural resources. Drawing on their experience as 'participant observers' in local practice, the authors suggest new, 'inclusive' approaches to forestry governance that support sustainable development, environmental preservation, and productive collaboration by various stakeholders.
Currently out of stock
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277 Reward Points

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€92.40
Currently out of stock
Delivery 5-7 Days
Eligible for free delivery
277 Reward Points

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This extensive reference recounts a modern history of forestry in Japan, Indonesia, the Solomon Islands and other Asian countries, reflecting industrial and colonial exploitation, periods of excessive deforestation, and the alienation of local residents from natural resources. Drawing on their experience as 'participant observers' in local practice, the authors suggest new, 'inclusive' approaches to forestry governance that support sustainable development, environmental preservation, and productive collaboration by various stakeholders.

Product Details

Collaborative governance of forests

ISBN9784130770118

Format

Publisher (01 January. 2015)

No. of Pages0

Weight598

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 213 x 171 x 27.71