Local participation, livelihood needs, and institutional arrangements: three keys to sustainable rehabilitation of degraded tropical forest lands

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Local participation, livelihood needs, and institutional arrangements: three keys to sustainable rehabilitation of degraded tropical forest lands

Local participation, livelihood needs, and institutional arrangements: three keys to sustainable rehabilitation of degraded tropical forest lands

Authors: Chokkalingam, U.; Sabogal C.; Almeida, E.; Carandang, A.P.; Gumartini, T.; de Jong, W.; Brienza, S., Jr.; Meza Lopez, A.; Murniati; Nawir, A.A.; Wibowo, L.R.; Toma, T.; Wollenberg, E.; Zhou Zaichi

Topic: degraded forests,tropical forests,participation,community forestry,communities,institutions,rehabilitation

Publisher: Springer, New York, USA

Publication Year: 2005

ISBN: 978-0-387-25525-5

Source: Stephanie Mansourian, Daniel Vallauri, Nigel Dudley (eds.) Fores restoration in landscapes: beyond planting trees. 405-414

DOI: 10.1007/0-387-29112-1_58

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