Collaborative Governance of Forestry: Towards Sustainable Forest Resource Utilization

This definitive work is intended to be a reference  for sustainable forest development based on experiences in Japan, Indonesia and the Solomon Islands. Although superficially the interests of forest dwellers and commercial outsiders may appear to be mismatched, this work demonstrates that this need not necessarily be so. The contributors, academics and practitioners, from all three countries, outline the steps for implementing a new vision where previously conflicting parties can join together for a mutually beneficial use of limited forest resources.A

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This definitive work is intended to be a reference  for sustainable forest development based on experiences in Japan, Indonesia and the Solomon Islands. Although superficially the interests of forest dwellers and commercial outsiders may appear to be mismatched, this work demonstrates that this need not necessarily be so. The contributors, academics and practitioners, from all three countries, outline the steps for implementing a new vision where previously conflicting parties can join together for a mutually beneficial use of limited forest resources.

 

Publisher: NUS Press

Paperback

2016

ISBN: 9789971698621