Introduction to Chapter 5

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Mukasa et al. continue in Chapter 5 with the ACM programme that was conducted in Uganda, but these authors focus instead on the process of ACM, the specific attempts the community members undertook with the team's facilitation and the impacts at that time. The authors have also been able to revisit these sites more recently and provide up-to-date assessments of the longevity of many, though not all, of their efforts. A number of the communities' concerns have significance for the global restoration efforts now underway – efforts that frequently inadequately attend to the needs, interests and capabilities of local people. The experience of this ACM team should be directly applicable to many such programmes.
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    Carol J. Pierce Colfer, Ravi Prabhu, Anne M. Larson (eds.). 2022. Adaptive Collaborative Management in Forest Landscapes: Villagers, Bureaucrats and Civil Society. 105

    Publisher

    Routledge

    Publication year

    2021

    ISBN

    978-1-003-19725-6 (ebook)

    Authors

    Colfer, C.J.P.; Prabhu, R.; Larson, A.M.

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