Various concepts, models, and theoretical frameworks have guided the extensive literature that addresses natural resource management and the use and conservation of these resources as well as the diverse governance modes that are in use to steer resource use and management. These approaches have directed attention to different dimensions of governance and human-environment interactions. A brief summary of this literature is presented here, structured around the main themes that feature predominantly in the existing literature.
Series: IUFRO World Series no. 32
Publication Year: 2014
Source: Forests under pressure : Local responses to global issues. 17-25