Local People, Devolution and Adaptive Collaborative Management of Forests Programme - List of Publications and Reports
   

Recent Publications

Indriatmoko, Y.; Yuliani, E. L.; Tarigan, Y.; Gaban, F.; Maulana, F.; Munggoro, D. W.; Lopulalan, D.; and Adnan, H. 2007. DARI DESA KE DESA: Dinamika Gender dan Pengelolaan Kekayaan Alam. CIFOR, Indonesia.
http://www.cifor.org/publications/pdf_files/books/BIndriatmoko0701.pdf

Yuliani, E. L.; Tadjudin, D.; Indriatmoko, Y.; Munggoro, D. W.; Gaban, F.; Maulana, F. (Editors)  2006. Kehutanan Multipihak: Langkah Menuju Perubahan. CIFOR, Indonesia.
http://www.cifor.org/publications/pdf_files/books/BYuliani0601.pdf

Kusumanto, T.; Yuliani, E. L'.; Macoun, P.; Indriatmoko, Y. and Adnan, H. Belajar Beradaptasi: Bersama-sama Mengelola Hutan di Indonesia. 2006. CIFOR, Indonesia.
http://www.cifor.org/publications/pdf_files/books/BKusumanto0601.pdf 

Kusumanto, T.; Yuliani, E. L'.; Macoun, P.; Indriatmoko, Y. and Adnan, H. Leraning To Adapt: Managing Forests Together in Indonesia . 2006. CIFOR, Indonesia.
http://www.cifor.org/publications/pdf_files/books/BKusumanto0501.pdf

Colfer, Carol J. Pierce. 2005. The Complex Forest Communities, Uncertainty, and Adaptive Collaborative Management. RFF publisher.
http://www.rff.org/rff/rff_press/bookdetail.cfm?outputID=8212

Colfer, Carol J. Pierce (editor). 2005. The Equitable Forest Diversity and Community in Sustainable Resource Management. RFF publisher.
http://www.rff.org/rff/rff_press/bookdetail.cfm?outputid=8042

Colfer, Carol J. Pierce and Capistrano, D. 2005. Politics of Decentralization: The Forests, Power and People. Earthscan.
http://shop.earthscan.co.uk/ProductDetails/mcs/productID/613



 
 

Journal Publications

A Special Issue of International Journal of Agriculture, Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE) on accommodating multiple interests in local forest management, Volume 1, Nos. 3/4, 2001 with the following articles:

1. Wollenberg, E., Edmunds, D. and Anderson, J. 2001. Editorial. International Journal of Agriculture, Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE), Special Issue on accommodating multiple interests in local forest management, Volume 1, Nos. 3/4, pp. 193-198.

2. Wollenberg, E., Anderson, J. and Edmunds, D. 2001. Pluralism and the less powerful: accommodating multiple interests in local forest management. International Journal of Agriculture, Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE), Special Issue on accommodating multiple interests in local forest management, Volume 1, Nos. 3/4, pp. 199-222.

3. Leach, M. and Fairhead, J. 2001. Plural perspectives and institutional dynamics: challenges for local forest management.International Journal of Agriculture, Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE), Special Issue on accommodating multiple interests in local forest management, Volume 1, Nos. 3/4, pp. 223-242.

4. Baviskar, A. 2001. Forest management as political practice: Indian experiences with the accommodation of multiple interests. International Journal of Agriculture, Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE), Special Issue on accommodating multiple interests in local forest management, Volume 1, Nos. 3/4, pp. 243-263.

5. Ramírez, R. 2001. Understanding the approaches for accommodating multiple stakeholders' interests. International Journal of Agriculture, Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE), Special Issue on accommodating multiple interests in local forest management, Volume 1, Nos. 3/4, pp. 264-285.

6. Antona, M. and Babin, D. 2001. Multiple interest accommodation in African forest management projects: between pragmatism and theoretical coherence. International Journal of Agriculture, Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE), Special Issue on accommodating multiple interests in local forest management, Volume 1, Nos. 3/4, pp. 286-305.

7. Engel, P.G.H., Hoeberichts, A. and Umans, L. 2001. Accommodating multiple interests in local forest management: a focus on facilitation, actors and practices. International Journal of Agriculture, Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE), Special Issue on accommodating multiple interests in local forest management, Volume 1, Nos. 3/4, pp. 306-326.

8. Ribot, J.C. 2001. Integral local development: 'accommodating multiple interests' through entrustment and accountable representation. International Journal of Agriculture, Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE), Special Issue on accommodating multiple interests in local forest management, Volume 1, Nos. 3/4, pp. 327-350.



 

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Anticipating Change: Scenarios as a tool for adaptive forest management - A Guide. Wollenberg, E. with Edmunds, D. and Buck, L. 2000. CIFOR. 38 pages.

A conceptual framework and typology for explaining the outcomes of Local forest management. Wollenberg, E. 1998. Journal of World Forest Resource Management, vol. 9, pp. 1-35.

A Strategic Approach to Multistakeholder Negotiations. Edmunds, D. and Wollenberg, E. 2000. Development and Change. Vol 32(2): 231 - 253.

Afterword. Colfer, C.J.P. 1999. In: Spalding, L. (ed.) Riska: Memories of a Dayak girlhood. Alfred A. Knopf, Canada.

Agroforestry in Sustainable Agricultural Systems. Buck, L.E., J.P. Lassoie and E.C.M. Fernandes (eds.). 1998. CRC Press, Boca Raton. 416 pgs.

An overview of woodland utilisation and management in three communal areas in Zimbabwe. Nemarundwe, N., Mutamba, M. and Kozanayi, W. 1998. Results of participatory rural appraisal research in Chivi, Mangwende and Gokwe South Districts. IES Special Report No 16. Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Zimbabwe.

Balancing biodiversity conservation and livelihood security through forest resource use agreements in Madagascar: from practice to policy and back again. Buck, L.E., L. Rakotoson, B.Raramamonjisoa and G. Rakotondrabe. 1999.

Between voodoo science and adaptive management: the role and research needs for indicators of sustainable forest management. Prabhu, R., Ruitenbeek, H.J., Boyle, T.J.B., Colfer, C.J.P. (Forthcoming). Paper presented at the IUFRO Conference, 24-28 August 1998, Melbourne, Australia. To be published in the proceedings.

Botswana case study: Community-based natural resources management (CBNRM) in Botswana: How community based is CBNRM in Botswana? Rozemeijer, N. & van der Jagt, C. 2000. pp. 1-25.

CAMPFIRE experiences in Zimbabwe. Campbell, B., Sithole, B. and Frost, P. 2000. Science 287: 42-43.

Can CAMPFIRE go beyond elephant? Campbell, B., Byron, N., Hobane, P., Madzudzo, E., Matose, F. and Wily, L. 1999. IES Policy Briefs 1. Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Zimbabwe.

Certifier evaluation and field test of the CIFOR C&I. Blakeney, J., Donovan, R.Z., Higman, S. and Nussbaum, R. with Hatta, G., Sukadri, D. and Sunito, S. 1998. Draft report.

Challenges to Proponents of CPR Systems - Despairing Voices from the Social Forests of Zimbabwe. Campbell, B.M., de Jong, W., Luckert, M., Mandondo, A., Matose, F. Nemarundwe, N. and Sithole, B. 2000. World Development (accepted)

Changes in institutional capacity for woodland resource management: case studies from Malawi. Kayambazinthu, D. 2000.

Changing governance structures in the forestry sector: a comparative analysis of case studies from Malawi. Kayambazinthu, D. 2000.

CIFOR criteria and indicators generic template. CIFOR C&I Team. 1999. Criteria & Indicators Toolbox Series No. 2. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. (available also in French, Portuguese and Indonesian)

CIMAT 2 (Criteria and Indicators Modification and Adaptation Tool). 2000. Criteria & Indicators Toolbox Series No. 3. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. CDROM and user manual. (also available in Indonesian)

CIMAT: A Knowledge-based Systems for Developing a Localized Criteria and Indicators for Sustainable Forest Management. Purnomo, H., Rizal, A., Prabhu, R., Yasmi, Y., Sukadri, D. and Haggith, M. 1999. Published in the proceedings of the Third Workshop on Electro Communication and Information (WECI-III), Bandung, Indonesia.

CIMAT: Criteria and Indicators Modification and Adaptation Tool. Haggith, M., Prabhu, R., Purnomo, H., Sukadri, D. and Yasmi, Y. 1998. A discussion document.

Collaborative Management of Forests . Wollenberg, E., Campbell, B., Shackleton, S., Edmunds, D. & Shanley, P. 2004. In: Meinzen- Dick, Ruth S. and Monica Di Gregorio (eds). Collective Action and Property Rights for Sustainable Development. 2020 Focus 11. Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute. pp. 15-16. (or try this link)

Combining Multicriteria Decision Making and Geographic Information System for Assessing Forest Sustainability. Mendoza, G.A., Prabhu, R. and Purnomo, H. 1998. Paper presented at the International Conference on Data Management and Modeling Using Remote Sensing and GIS for Tropical Forest land Inventory, 26-29 October 1998, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Communal management and utilisation of miombo woodlands in Malawi. Mwabumba, L., Masangano, C.M., and Kayambazinthu, D. 1999. Results of participatory rural appraisal research in Blantyre, Lilongwe and Kasungu Districts.

Communal management and utilisation of miombo woodlands in Tanzania. Mvena, Z.S.K., Kajembe, G.C., Monela, G.C and Turuka, F.M.1999. A case study of Babati District.

Communities and sustainable use: pan-African perspectives. Christoffersen, N., Campbell, B. and Du Toit, J. 1998. The World Conservation Union, IUCN Regional Office for Southern Africa, Harare, Zimbabwe. 187 pp.

Community participation in developing and applying criteria and indicators of sustainable and equitable forest management. Burford de Oliveira, N. 1999. CIFOR Project Report. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Community-based natural resource management in Namibia: The case of overlapping resource rights. Jones, B. 1999.

Conflicts and conflict resolution in management of miombo woodlands: a case study of Nyamayaro village, Romwe catchment area and Mafungautsi forest reserve (Zimbabwe)
. Mamimine, P.W. 2000. Draft manuscript covering the case study areas in Zimbabwe. 17 pp.

Conflicts and their resolution: Conflicts over natural resources - struggle for survival. Masangano, C.M. 2000.
Confronting perversity: surmounting stalemate in environmental governance. Murphree, M. 1999.

Criteria and Indicators for Assessing the Sustainability of Forest Management: A Practical Approach to Assessment of Biodiversity. Boyle, T.J.B., Lawes, M., Manokaran, N., Prabhu, R., Ghazoul, J., Sastrapradja, S., Thang, H-C, Dale, V., Eeley, H., Finegan, B., Soberon, J. and Stork, N.E. 1998. Unpublished report.

Criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management: A global overview. Prabhu, R. 1999. Proceedings of the National Technical Workshop on 'Evolving criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management in India', 21-24 January 1999, Bhopal, India, 6-19. Indian Institute of forest Management, Bhopal, India. Pp6-19.

Criteria and Indicators for Sustainable Forest Management: New Findings from CIFOR's Forest Management Unit Level Research. Prabhu, R., Colfer C. and Shepherd, G. 1998. Rural Development Forestry Network. Network Paper 23 a - Summer 98, pp 20.

Criteria and Indicators of Sustainability in Community Managed Forest Landscapes: An Introductory Guide. Ritchie, B., McDougall, C., Haggith, M. and Burford de Oliveira, N. 2000. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. (also available in French, Portuguese and Indonesian)

Decentralization without Accountability; Power and Authority over Local Forest Governance in Indonesia, was produced by Tony Djogo and has been published by the East Center within a book: ISSUES OF DECENTRALIZATION AND FEDERATION IN FOREST GOVERNANCE: Proceedings from the Tenth Workshop on Community-Based Management of Forestlands June 30-July 25 2003.Edited by Krisnawati Suryanata, Jefferson Fox and Stephen Brennan. Co-sponsored by East West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii and Regional Community Forestry Training Center, Bangkok, Thailand.

Developing and testing criteria and indicators for the sustainability of community managed forests in the SOLIDAM zone, Central Province, Cameroon. CIFOR Project Report. Burford de Oliveira, N., Shiembo, P.N., Tiani, A.M. and Vabi, M. 1998. Draft report (April 1998).

Developing criteria and indicators for community managed forests: Indonesian test sites (Bedigong and Darok villages, Sanggau, West Kalimantan). Maryani, R., Sunito, S., Hatta, G. and Burford de Oliveira, N. 1998. Project report.

Developing Criteria and Indicators or Community Managed Forests as Assessment and Learning Tools: Objectives, Methodologies, Results. Burford de Oliveira, N. with McDougall, C., Ritchie, B., Hartanto, H. and Setyawati, T. 2000. CIFOR Project Report. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Development of C&I for Tropical Plantation Forests. Hopmans, P., Prabhu, R., Brand, D., Nambiar, S., and Cossalter, C. 1998. ITTO Tropical Forest Update 8 (3): 8-9.

Devolution and community-based natural resource management: creating space for local people to participate and benefit. Shackleton, S., Campbell, B., Wollenberg, E., and Edmunds, D. 2002. Natural Resource Perspective (ODI), No. 76.

Devolution as a Threat to Democratic Decision-making in Forestry?Findings from Three States in India. Sarin, Madhu with Neera M. Singh, Nandini Sundar and Ranu K. Bhogal. February 2003. ODI Working Paper 197. Overseas Development Institute, London, UK.

Disempowerment in the name of 'participatory' forestry? - Village forests joint management in Uttarakhand. Madhu Sarin. 2001. In: Forests, Trees and People
Newsletter No. 44.

Development of Criteria and Indicators for Sustainable Management of Tropical Plantation Forests. Hopmans, P., Prabhu, R., Brand, D., Nambiar, S., and Cossalter, C. 1998. In: Forestry Towards the 21st Century - Forestry Science and Technology under the Global Strategy of Sustainable Development: 51-59. Proceeding of the workshop for the 40th anniversary of Chinese Academy of Forestry. Beijing, P.R China, October 26-31.

Dynamics Model of Stand Structure in the Logged Over Areas for Tropical Forest. Suhendang, E., and Purnomo, H. 1998. Proceeding of Seminar on Tropical Forest Dynamics, 119-124. SEAMEO Biotrop. Bogor, Indonesia.

Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Case studies from Southern Africa. Shackleton, S. and Campbell, B. 2000. Volume 2. CSIR Report ENV-P-C-2000-025, South Africa & WWF (Southern Africa). 195 pp.

Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Where does the new power lie? Campbell, B.M. and Shackleton, S. 2000. Draft paper - this is a summary of the working paper by Shackleton and Campbell. Draft. c. 20 pp.

Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Where does the new power lie? Shackleton, S and Campbell, B.M. with Cocks, M., Jones, B.T.B, Kajembe, G.C., Kapungwe, E., Kayambazinthu, D., Matela, S., Monela, G.C., Mosimane, A.W., Nemarundwe, N., Ntlale, N., Rozemeijer, N., Sithole, B., Steenkamp, C., Urh, J. & van der Jagt, C. 2000. Volume 1. Draft working paper - this is a summary of all the case studies. c. 65 pp.

Evaluating and Selecting Criteria and Indicators of Forest Sustainability: A Case Study on Participatory Assessment under CBFM in the Philippines. Mendoza, G.A. and Prabhu, R. 1999. Journal of Environmental Science and Management 2(2): 33-53.

Evaluation Report of CIFOR's Principles, Criteria, Indicators and Verifiers. Higman, S., Nussbaum, R., Blakeney, J., Sukadri, D., Sunito, S., Hatta, G., Bahruni, Donovan, R. 1998. Draft report.

Exploring changing rural livelihoods and woodland management and use in communal areas of Zimbabwe. Campbell, B., Mukamuri, B. and Kowero, G. 1998. Draft publication.

Fire in East Kalimantan: A Panolpy of Practices, Views and [Discouraging] Effects. Carol, C.J.P. 2001. Borneo Research Buletin Volume 32.

Fishermen, Farmers, Forest Change and Fire. Dennis, R.A., Colfer, C.J.P. and Puntodewo, A. 1998. GIS Asia Pacific - February/March, pp. 26-30.

From wildcrafting to intentional cultivation: the potential for producing specialty forest products in agroforestry systems in temperate North America. Teel, W.S. and L.E. Buck. 1999. In: S.J. Josiah (ed.) Farming the Agroforest for Specialty Products: Proceedings of the North American Conference on Enterprise Development Through Agroforestry, October 4-7, 1998, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

Gender and security of intergenerational access to resources in Cameroon. Tiani, A.M. 1999. Draft paper. Converted by Diana Parsell into the central elements in a CIFOR News lead article on Gender.

Governance of Common-Property Forest Regimes in Malawi. Kayambazinthu, D. 2000.

Guidelines for applying Multi-Criteria Analysis to the assessment of Criteria and Indicators. Mendoza, G.A. and Macoun, P., with Prabhu, R., Sukadri, D., Purnomo H. and Hartanto, H. 1999. Criteria & Indicators Toolbox Series No. 9. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. (available also in French and Indonesian)

Guidelines for developing, testing & selecting criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management. Prabhu, R., Colfer, C.J.P., Dudley, R.G. 1999. Criteria & Indicators Toolbox Series No. 1. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. (available also in French and Indonesian)

Healthy forests: sound economics, social justice. Vanclay, J.K. and Prabhu, R. 1998. Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy 13 (1): 78-84.

Historical Perspectives on Forest Policy Change in Asia: An Introduction. Edmunds, D. and Wollenberg, E. 2001. Environmental History Vol.6 No.2: 190-212 (April 2001). Special Issue: Forest History in Asia.

Household livelihood strategies in the miombo woodlands of Tanzania: emerging trends. Monela, G.C., Kajembe, G., Kaoneka, A. and Kowero, G. 1998. Draft publication.

Inaugural workshop of the inter-institutional forum on policy research relevant to forests. Mushongahande, M. 1999. Forestry Commission, Harare.

Incentives for gaharu collection in East Kalimantan. Wollenberg, E. 2001. Journal of Economic Botany. 55(3).

Income is not enough: The effect of economic incentives on forest product conservation: a comparison of forest communities dependent on the agroforests of Krui, Sumatra and natural dipterocarp forests of Kayan Mentarang, East Kalimantan. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR. 93p.

Incomes from the Forest. Methods for the development and conservation of forest products for local communities. Wollenberg, E. and Ingles, A. (eds.) 1998. CIFOR Monograph. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. 227p.

Information mapping of criteria and indicators. Yasmi, Y. 1998.

Institutional capacity for community based woodland resource Management: Case studies from Zimbabwe. Nemarundwe, N. 2000. Draft manuscript covering the case study areas in Zimbabwe. 21 pp.

Institutional factors influencing community management of miombo woodlands: the case of Malawi. Masangano, C.M., Kayambazinthu, D. and Mwabumba, L. 1999. Review from Malawi team.

Institutions and natural resources in the miombo region. Where to with institutional arrangements and governance structures? Campbell, B. and Matose, F. with Kayambazinthu, D. and Kajembe, G. 2000. CIFOR, Bogor.

Integrating Multiple Criteria Decision Making and Geographic Information Systems for Assessing Sustainability of Tropical Forests. Mendoza, G.A., Prabhu, R. and Purnomo, H. (submitted to Forest Science)

Inter-institutional forum on policy relevant to forestry: on occasion of the CIFOR Board of Trustees meeting in Harare, March 27, 2000. Monela, G. C., Mwabumba, L. and Kowero, G. 2000.

Inter-institutional forum on policy relevant to forestry: policy round table on governance, property rights and rules for woodland and wildlife management. Chafota, J. Kwesha, D., Mapedza, E., Mukwekwerere, M., and Nemarundwe, N. 1999. Forestry Commission, Harare.

Joint forest management in Urumwa Forest Reserve, Tabora, Tanzania: A process in the making. Kajembe, G.C. and Kessy, J.F. 1999.

Knowledge for modification of criteria and indicators. Prabhu, R., Yasmi, Y., Sukadri, D., Purnomo, H., and Haggith, M. 1998.

Lesotho case study: Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Where does the power lie? Matela, S. & Ntlale, N. 2000. The case of Lesotho. Pp 26-46.

Linking between forest management unit and national criteria and indicators: a perspective based on the CIFOR criteria and indicators research program. Prabhu, R. 1998. SADC-FSTCU-UNEP-FAO Conference on Sub-Saharan African Dry Zone Criteria and Indicators. 15-18 December 1998, Lilongwe, Malawi.

Linking livelihoods and conservation: a conceptual framework and scale for assessing the integration of human needs and biodiversity. Salafsky, N. and Wollenberg E. 2000. World Development, vol. 28, no. 8, pp. 1421-1438.

Local organisations and natural resource management in the face of economic hardships: a case study from Zimbabwe. Mukamuri, B.B., Campbell, B.M. and Kowero, G. 1998. Draft publication.

Local priorities and biodiversity in tropical forest landscapes: asking people what matters. Sheil, D., Liswanti, N., van Heist, M., Basuki, I., Syaefuddin, Samsoedin, I., Rukmiyati, Agung, M. 2003. Tropical Forest Update. 13:1 [Online, URL: http://www.itto.or.jp/newsletter/v13n1/6.html]

Making community-based forest management work: a case study of Dura-Haitemba Village Forest Reserve, Babati, Tanzania. Kajembe, G.C. and Monela, G.C. 1999.

Making community-based management work. Matose, F. 2000. Draft manuscript covering the case study areas in Zimbabwe. 17 pp.

Malawi case study: Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Where does the power lie? Kayambazinthu, D. 1999. In: Shackleton, S. and Campbell, B. Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Case studies from Southern Africa. Volume 2. CSIR Report ENV-P-C-2000-025, South Africa & WWF (Southern Africa). pp. 46-71

Management of miombo woodlands in Tanzania. Kajembe, G.C., Monela, G.C and Mvena, Z.S.K. 1999. PRA report for Handeni and Iringa Districts.

Methodes des Science Sociales sur les Criteres et Indicateurs de Gestion Durable des Forets, Part II. Oyono, P.R. and Diaw, M.C., with Sankwa, F. Nguiiebouri, J., Bidja, C. and Efoua, S. 1998. Report of the social science methods tests conducted in the the IITA Humid Forest Benchmark in Cameroon and in the Ntem and Lobe Basins. IITA, Yaounde. CIFOR Report. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Methods for assessing social science criteria and indicators for the sustainable management of forests: Brazil test. Porro, N.M. and Porro, R. 1998. CIFOR Report. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Methods for Estimating Forest Income and their Challenges. Wollenberg, E. 2000. Accepted in Society and Natural Resources. 13(8): 777-795.

Moving to local control of woodland resources - can campfire go beyond the mega-fauna? Campbell, B., Byron, N., Hobane, P., Madzudzo, E., Matose, F. and Wily, L. 1999. Society and Natural Resources 12, 501-509.

Multicriteria Analysis for Assessing Sustainable Forest Management. Mendoza, G.A., Prabhu, R. and Purnomo, H., Sukadri, D. 1998. Paper presented at the International Conference on Science and Technology 2000. Philippine-American Academy of Science and Engineering (PAASE), University of the Philippines, and National Academy of Science and Technology. Quezon City, Philippines. June 18 - 19.

Development of a Methodology for Selecting Criteria and Indicators Sustainable Forest Management: A Case Study on Participatory Assessment. Mendoza, G.A., Prabhu, R. Environmental Management. 26: 659-673.

Multiple Criteria Decision Making Approaches to Assessing Forest Sustainability Using Criteria and Indicators: A Case Study. Mendoza, G.A., Prabhu, R. 2000. Forest Ecology and Management 131 (2000): 107-126.

Namibia case study: Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Where does the new power lie? Jones, B.T.B & Mosimane, A.W. 2000. Case studies from Namibia. Pp. 72-105.

New Frontiers in Biodiversity Protection: Balancing Interests in Forest Resources through Adaptive Collaborative Management. Buck, L.E., Geisler, C.G., Schelhas, J.W. and Wollenberg, E. (eds.) 1999. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Peace Parks: International aspirations vs. local agendas. Campbell, B.M., Sithole, B., Cavendish, W., Frost, P. and Mukamuri, B. 1999. IES Policy Briefs 2. Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Zimbabwe.

Pemanfaatan Hutan dan Ekonomi Rumah Tangga di Kawasan Taman Nasional Kayan Mentarang. Wollenberg, L. and Uluk, A. 1998. CIFOR-WWF. (Indonesian version)

People Managing Forests: The Link between Human Well-Being and Sustainability. Colfer, C.J.P. and Byron, Y. (eds) forthcoming. Resources for the Future (RFF), Washington, D.C.

Pola Pemanfaataan Hutan Pada Masyarakat Kenyah di Kalimantan Timur: Tanggapan terhadap El Nino, Transmigrasi dan HTI. Colfer, C.J.P and Agus Salim. 1999. Manusia dan Lingkungan. Januari 1999. Yogyakarta.

Property rights and incentives for wildlife management in Bulilimamangwe District's CAMPFIRE programme. Madzudzo, E. 1999.

Rational Exploitations: Economic Criteria and Indicators for Sustainable Management of Tropical Forests. Ruitenbeek, H.J. and Cartier, C. 1998. CIFOR Occasional Paper No. 17. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Relatório final do teste do Brasil: desenvolvendo e testando critérios e indicadores de sustentabilidade para manejo florestal comunitário. Burford de Oliveira, N., Silvi, L., Peres, C., Murrieta, R., Mattos, M.M. 1998. CIFOR Report (in collaboration with STR-Santarem/IPAM).

Report on Long Segar research (land use history updates on fires and drought and indepth interviews on same topic, compared with 1983 and 1972, other El Nino years). Colfer, C.J.P.

Results of tests of criteria and indicators in the eastern Amazon region. Bauch, R. and Pokorny, B. CIFOR draft report (March 1999).

Rights and means to manage cooperatively: participation in sustainable forest management among Brazilian peasants in the Transamazon. Porro, N.M. 1998. Draft report.

Rural institutions: contextualising community-based management of natural resources in Zimbabwe. Mukamuri, B., Matose, F. and Campbell, B. 1998. Review from Zimbabwe team.

Social Criteria and Indicators: Assessing Human Well Being in and around Industrial Timber Enterprises. Colfer, C.P.J., Salim, A., Tchikangwa, B., Tiani, A.M., Sardjono, M.A. and Prabhu, R. 1998. Paper presented at the 14th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, 26 July - 1 August, Williamsburg, Virginia.

Social science methods for assessing criteria and indicators of sustainable forest management. A report of the tests conducted in Cameroon humid forest benchmark and in the Lobe and Ntem River Basins - Part 1. Diaw, M.C., Oyono, R., Sangkwa, F., Bidja, C., Efoua, S. and Nguiebouri, J. 1998. CIFOR Report. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

South Africa case study: Discovering power relations in a South African CBNRM case study: The Makuleke community of Northern Province. Steenkamp, C. & Urh, J. 2000. Pp. 123-152.

South Africa case study: Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Where does the new power lie? Cocks, M. 2000. Fish River case study, Eastern Cape, South Africa. pp. 106- 122.

Survey kawasan desa di hulu DAS Malinau, Kecamatan Malinau. Padan, S.ST. and Laway, Y.B. 1999. SHK-KALTIM/CIFOR/WWF/PLASMA report.

Taking CAMPFIRE beyond wildlife: What is the potential? Campbell, B.M., Byron, N., Hobane, P., Matose, F., Madzudzo, E. and Wily, L. 1998. In: Christoffersen, N., Campbell, B. and Du Toit, J. Communities and sustainable use: pan-African perspectives, pp. 57-71. The World Conservation Union, IUCN Regional Office for Southern Africa, Harare, Zimbabwe. 187 pp.

Tanzania case study: Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Where does the new power lie? A case study of Duru-Haitemba, Babati, Tanzania. Kajembe, G.C. and Monela, G.C. 2000. In: Shackleton, S. and Campbell, B. Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Case studies from Southern Africa. Volume 2. CSIR Report ENV-P-C-2000-025, South Africa & WWF (Southern Africa). pp. 153-168.

Test des méthodes en sciences sociales de vérification des critères et indicateurs d'aménagement durable des forêts. Tchikangwa, N.B., Sikoua, S., Metomo, M. and Adjudo, M.F. 1998. Report of the social science methods tests conducted in East Dja Reserve, Cameroon. Final Report.

Testing criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management - Phase 2. Prabhu, R. 1998. Interim Report for the Commission of the European Union.

Testing criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management - Phase 2. Prabhu, R. 1998. Final Report to Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit. Unpublished.

Testing Criteria and Indicators for Sustainable Forest Management in Cameroon: The Kribi Test. Final Report. Prabhu, R., Maynard, W.M., Eba'a Atyi, R., Colfer, C.J.P., Shepherd, G., Venkateswarlu, P. and Tiayon, F. 1998. C&I Tool. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

The BAG (Basic Assessment Guide for Human Well-Being). Colfer, C.J.P., Brocklesby, M.A., Diaw, C., Etuge, P., Günter, M., Harwell, E., McDougall, C., Porro, N.M., Porro, R., Prabhu, R., Salim, A., Sardjono, M.A., Tchikangwa, B., Tiani, A.M., Wadley, R.L., Woelfel, J. and Wollenberg, E. 1999. Criteria & Indicators Toolbox Series No. 5. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. (available also in French, Portuguese and Indonesian)

The CIFOR Criteria and Indicators Research Program. North American Symposium: "Toward a Unifying Framework for Inventorying and Monitoring Forest Ecosystem Resources". Subject III. New Approaches to Integrated Inventory and Monitoring of Forest Ecosystem Resources Workshop Session 1: Criteria and Indicators. Prabhu, R. 1998. Paper Presented on 4 November 1998 in Guadalajara, Mexico.

The Grab Bag: Supplementary Methods for Assessing Human Well-Being. Colfer, C.J.P., Brocklesby, M.A., Diaw, C., Etuge, P., Harwell, E., McDougall, C., Porro, N.M., Porro, R., Prabhu, R., Salim, A., Sardjono, M.A., Tchikangwa, B., Tiani, A.M., Wadley, R.L., Woelfel, J. and Wollenberg, E. 1999. Criteria & Indicators Toolbox Series No. 6. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. (available also in French, Portuguese and Indonesian)

The role of community based institutions in mediating relationships between miombo woodlands and local communities in Tanzania. Kajembe, G.C., Mvena, Z.S.K. and Monela, G.C. 1999. Review from Tanzania team.

The Social nature of forest boundaries: Entitlement, Identify, and Exchange among Kenyah Forest Users. Accepted in Journal Annals of Association of American Geographers.

The scoring and analysis guide for assessing human well being. Colfer, C.J.P., Salim, A. and McDougall, C. 1999. Criteria & Indicators Toolbox Series No. 7. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. (available also in French, Portuguese and Indonesian)

The underlying causes and impacts of fires in South-East Asia. Site 8. Long Segar, East Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. Carol, C.J.P., Dennis, R. and Applegate, G. 2000. Site Report. CIFOR, Bogor.

Towards coherency of Indonesian forest policy: utilizing criteria of resource policy government. Sukadri DS, Purnomo H. 2000. Forestry and Estate Crops Research Journal Forestry and Estate Crops Research Development Agency, Ministry of Forestry. Bogor: . Vol. 1 No. 1.

Toward Social Criteria and Indicators for Protected Areas: One Cut on Adaptive Co-Management. Colfer, C.P.J., Prabhu, R., Wollenberg, E., McDougall, C., Edmunds, D. and Kowero, G. 2001. In: Biological Diversity: Balancing Interest though Adaptive Collaborative Management (L.E. Buck et al). CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Towards Enabling Local Community Forest Management and Planning through Geographic Information and Multi-Media Technologies. Corbett, J. 1999. Research dissertation.

Traditional wisdom meets Artificial Intelligence. Haggith, M. with Colfer, C.J.P. 1999. Agroforestry Forum Vol. 9 No. 3 (1999).

Understanding local people's use of time: A precondition for good co-management. Colfer, C.J.P., Wadley, R.L. and Venkateswarlu, P. 1999. Environmental Conservation 26: 41-52.

Understanding Patterns of Resource Use and Consumption: A Prelude to Co-Management. Colfer, C.J.P., Wadley, R.L., Salim, A. and Dudley, R.G. 2000. Borneo Research Bulleting. Vol 31.

Using scenarios to make decisions about the future: anticipatory learning for the adaptive co-management of community forests. Wollenberg, E., D. Edmunds and L. Buck. 2000. Landscape and Urban Planning 47, pp. 65-77.

Which Way Forward? People, Forest and Policymaking. Colfer, C.J.P. and Resosudarmo, I.A.P. (eds.) November 2001. Resources for the Future (RFF), Washington, D.C.

Who counts most? Assessing human well being in sustainable forest management. Colfer, C.P.J., Prabhu, R., Günter, M., McDougall, C., Porro, N.M. and Porro, R. 1999. Criteria & Indicators Toolbox Series No. 8. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia. (available also in French, Portuguese and Indonesian)

Whose Forest is this, Anyway? C&I on Access to Resources. Colfer, C.J.P., Salim, A., Tiani, A.M., Tchikangwa, B., Sardjono, M.A. and Prabhu, R. (Forthcoming). Paper presented at the IUFRO Conference, 24-28 August 1998, Melbourne, Australia. CABI-IUFRO Refereed Publication/ Monograph.

Zambia case study: Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Where does the new power lie? Kapungwe, E. 2000. Case studies from Mumbwa game management area and Lupande game management area, Zambia. Pp. 168-177.

Zimbabwe case study: Empowering communities in Zimbabwe - New configurations of power. Campbell, B., Sithole, B. and Nemarundwe, N. 2000. In: Shackleton, S. and Campbell, B. Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Case studies from Southern Africa. Volume 2. CSIR Report ENV-P-C-2000-025, South Africa & WWF (Southern Africa). pp. 182-195.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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