New guidebook seeks to boost forest clout for a massive, marginalized group

  SALT LAKE CITY, USA—Consider it a problem-solver for a problem-solver. In recent years, “top-down” approaches to managing forests and other natural resources have given way to methods that are more inclusive of local communities—especially the widely used Adaptive Collaborative Management (ACM) method. But for all the effort spent on including local people, one group... Read more

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