Shifting global development discourses - Implications for forests and livelihoods: Special Issue

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Shifting global development discourses – Implications for forests and livelihoods: Special Issue

Shifting global development discourses – Implications for forests and livelihoods: Special Issue

This is a special issue of International Forestry Review on Shifting global development discourses – Implications for forests and livelihoods. Complete list of articles are:

Forestry discourses and forest based development – an introduction to the Special Issue

Forests for sustainable development: a process approach to forest sector contributions to the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Integrated climate change adaptation: towards an emancipatory community forestry-based approach

Environmental concerns in political bioeconomy discourses

REDD+ and Green Growth: synergies or discord in Vietnam and Indonesia

REDD+ politics in the media: a case study from Vietnam

Narrating illegal logging across the globe: between green protectionism and sustainable resource use

What can environmental narratives tell us about forestry conflicts? The case of REDD+

Emerging forest ecosystem service entrepreneurship in Finland and Peru

Forestry development priorities in Finnish national forest programmes

The problematic old roots of the new green economy narrative: how far can it take us in re-imagining sustainability in forestry?

Changing governance arrangements: NTFP value chains in the Congo Basin

Forest ecosystem services, corporate sustainability and local livelihoods in industrial plantations of China: building conceptual awareness on the interlinkages

Authors: Katila, P.; de Jong, W.; Galloway, G.; Pacheco, P.; Pottinger, A.J.; (eds.)

Topic: sustainable development, forests, livelihoods, forest products, nontimber forest products, climate change, forest policy, supply chain

Publication Year: 2017

ISSN: 1465-5489

Source: International Forestry Review 19(Supplement 1)


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