Indigenous Protest And The Roots Of Sustainable Forestry In Bolivia

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The controversy surrounding eucalypts in social forestry

be, therefore, forestry for the people and involving the people or, in the words of the FAO (1978), forestry which starts at the grass roots From its inception, community forestry was, by definition, participatory and directed towards rural needs in particular the needs of the rural poor (Arnold 1992:3). Social forestry and the

Langston CV March 2019

Dockry, M. and N. Langston. 2019. Indigenous Protest and the Roots of Sustainable Forestry in and Indigenous Communities in the Lake Superior and Sustainable

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Forestry for community development was to be, therefore, forestry for the people and involving the people or, in the words of the FAO (1978), forestry which starts at the grass roots From its inception, community forestry was, by definition, participatory and directed towards rural needs in particular the

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