People and Forest — Policy and Local Reality in Southeast Asia, the Russian Far East, and Japan [electronic resource] / edited by Makoto Inoue, Hiroji Isozaki
- Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, 1566-7871 ; 3
- From the Contents: Contributors -- Introduction -- Part 1: Framework For Sustainable Forest Management -- Part 2: Policy And Legislation In Terms Of Local Participation -- Part 3: Local Realities In Forest Use And Management -- Conclusion -- Afterword and Acknowledgements -- Index.
- leading to an overall decrease in the world's forest cover. The forests of Asia, in particular, have been strongly impacted. A number of initiatives have suggested forest policy reforms, and the need for the sustainable management of forests has been widely recognized and encouraged. But because implementation of reforms at the local level has been insufficient, it is imperative that local people begin to effectively participate in forest planning and management as well as in protected-area management. The Forest Conservation Project, launched in April 1998 by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), has carried out research activities on forest strategies, including policy analysis and on-site surveys. This book gives an overview of the project's research activities in its first three-year phase (April1998-March 2001). Since viable forest strategies work best when based on the involvement of local people, this report is addressed to stakeholders in the communities of the relevant countries, including local people and authorities, community-based organizations, experts, national agencies, and international institutions.
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