Unasylva - No. 194 - Accommodating multiple interests in forestry

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An international journal of forestry and forest industries - Vol. 49 - 1998/3

FAO - Food and agriculture organization of the United Nations

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Forestry Department: J. Anderson, I. Ball, I.J. Bourke, S. Braatz, J. Clement, S.A. Dembner, M. Morell, C. Palmberg-Lerche, O. Serrano, K. Warner

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Guidelines for authors

Editorial: Accommodating multiple interests in forestry

J. Anderson, J. Clément and L. V. Crowder
Accommodating conflicting interests in forestry concepts emerging from pluralism

A. Bebbington and A. Kopp
Networking and rural development through sustainable forest management: frameworks for pluralistic approaches

D. Babin and A. Bertrand
Managing pluralism: subsidiarity and patrimonial mediation

N. Hildyard, P. Hegde, P. Wolvekamp and S. Reddy
Same platform, different train: the politics of participation

B. Vira, O. Dubois, S.E. Daniels and G.B. Walker
Institutional pluralism in forestry: considerations of analytical and operational tools

R. Ramírez
Participatory learning and communication approaches for managing pluralism

O.J. Lynch
Law, pluralism and the promotion of sustainable community-based forest management

D. Kaimowitz, Erwidodo, O. Ndoye, P. Pacheco and W. Sunderlin
Considering the impact of structural adjustment policies on forests in Bolivia, Cameroon and Indonesia

FAO Forestry

World of forestry


Developments in forest and environmental law of America
Labour-intensive harvesting of tree plantations in the southern Philippines
Involving local communities in biodiversity conservation
Evolution of private forestry and forest extension in Central and Eastern Europe

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