2 edition of Forests and Livelihoods (International Political Economy Series) found in the catalog.
Forests and Livelihoods (International Political Economy Series)
Solon Lovett Barraclough
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||280|
Initiated in , JFL is a peer reviewed journal that documents and disseminates the insights, lessons and innovations taking place in socio-cultural, political and economic aspects of environmental governance and rural livelihoods in Nepal. It includes key case studies from forest-rich hotspots in North, South and Central America, equatorial Africa and Indonesia. While there are clearly no easy answers, this book sorts fact from fiction and explores the many dimensions of the causes, impacts and implications for forests, people, livelihoods and forest policy. Published with CIFORCited by:
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Forests provide vital ecosystem services crucial to human well-being and sustainable development, and have an important role to play in achieving the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations Agenda.
Little attention, however, has yet focused on how efforts to achieve the SDGs will impact forests and forest. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods ( - current) Formerly known as. International Tree Crops Journal ( - ) Browse the list of issues and latest articles from Forests, Trees and Livelihoods.
List of issues Latest articles Volume 29 Volume 28 Volume 27 Volume 26 While forests’ contribution to rural livelihoods has been unearthed scientifically, the patterns, determinants and forest conservation policy implications of livelihood diversification still beg for more scientific and policy edification.
This paper makes a contribution in this regard, using household data (N = ) from eight villages around the Kilum-Ijim Forest Landscape of by: 4. Forests, Livelihoods and Poverty alleviation: the case of Uganda, by, G.
Shepherd, C. Kazoora and D. Mueller. Forestry Policy and Institutions Working Paper No. Rome. Cover photo: Ankole Cattle of Uganda The designations employed and the presentation of material in this.
Introduction. Forests across the globe provide goods and services vital to human well-being. They supply a range of goods, from fruit to timber, fuel to fodder, and ecosystem services such as pollination, hydrological regulation, and carbon sequestration that support millions of livelihoods (FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations),Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Cited by: 1.
» Publications | Forests & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, Engagement. Agrawal and Lemos () Adaptive development Agrawal et al. () Motivational crowding in sustainable development interventions: assessing the effects of multiple treatments.
Introduction. InWorld Development published a Special Issue on “Livelihoods, Forests and Conservation.” Its editorial introduction concluded with a “Looking into the Future” section that called for more research on “the role of forests in socioeconomic development” and “the degree of dependence on forests by the poor.”Cited by: FLARE (Forests & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement) aims to advance the state of knowledge regarding forest-based livelihoods.
By bringing together representatives of key stakeholders – donor organizations, environmental and social NGOs, development agencies, and research organizations – we will build on and leverage. Forests and Livelihoods The Social Dynamics of Deforestation in Developing Countries this book argues that most current discussions of increased rates of deforestation and perceived accompanying environmental crises are overly simplistic.
reforms and policy measures that have been undertaken in developing countries usually failed to. The social dynamics of deforestation and of forest protection are the ongoing interactions amongst social actors and processes that determine the use and management of forests.
Based on a vast amount of research and detailed case-studies in Brazil, Central America, Nepal and Tanzania as well as. livelihoods and the character (quantity and quality) of forested landscapes. This link sug-gests that we must take forests into account in improving the livelihoods of people who either choose to live in forested areas, or have no op-tion but to continue doing so.
We recognize that for. Redefining Forestry for Effective Livelihoods brings out key issues relevant to forest and livelihood, with a special focus on non-timber forest produce. It gives a detailed analysis about how forests play an important role in maintaining earth’s ecosystem 5/5(1).
Click to access the book, Transforming REDD+: Lessons and new directions. VITAL SIGNS. Many observers are now asking whether REDD+ has achieved its intended aims of reducing deforestation and forest degradation or if it has improved local livelihoods and forest governance.
'This book carefully blends conceptual insights with extensive empirical evidence to navigate the reader through an issue that is still poorly understood [and is] a valuable reference for the development practitioner to understand the fundamental causes of illegal logging, its myriad consequences and the policy choices available to address the problem' Nalin Kishor, Forest Law Enforcement and.
Forests and poverty reduction. Close to billion people – more than 25% of the world’s population – rely on forest resources for their livelihoods and most of them ( billion) use trees on farms to generate food and cash.
Moreover, many countries in the developing world draw on fuelwood to meet as much as 90% of energy requirements. The book by Cunnigham, Belcher and Campbell is a first comprehensive step in that direction.
This work is destined to become a citation classic!!. Endnotes Cunningham, A., B. Belcher & B. Campbell (eds.). Carving Out a Future: Forests, Livelihoods and the International Woodcarving Trade. Earthscan, London, UK, pp, Cited by: Forests, livelihoods and power relations in North-West Pakistan -- 2.
Rural livelihoods and the role of forest resources in North-West Pakistan -- 3. State Forest Administration, donor support, and forest realities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan -- 4.
The impact of joint forest management: a livelihoods perspective -- 5. The Forests Strategy embodies a multisector approach that takes into account activities, policies, and practices outside the forest sector that impact both forests and the people who depend on forests for their livelihoods. The Forests Sourcebook is a resource for World Bank clients, task.
Forests support the livelihoods of a vast number of people through subsistence use of products, such as food, fodder, and medicinal plants; cash income obtained from sale of products; and more. Ecosystem services provided by the forests 5 Environmental impacts of forestry: A snapshot 7 Some current trends: Forest biodiversity; Sustainable use and consumption 9 II.
Good Practices a. Biodiversity and livelihoods in forest management i. Biodiversity in production forests 13 ii. Forest products, livelihoods and conservation: case studies on non-timber forest product systems.
volume 2 – Africa This book contains 17 case studies of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) in Africa. it reveals an ancient system of resources moving through space and time, resources which further enable African people benefit from their Cited by: livelihoods of the poor, while enhancing the climate resilience of the wider Philippine population.
It is in this context that the analytical work to understand how forests can help enhance climate resilience and support livelihoods in the Philippines was undertaken. This report provides evidence of. The provincial government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is planning to increase its existing forest cover by 2 per cent in next five years, says Hakim Shah, Director-General, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, at a book launch titled Forests Livelihoods and Power Relations in North West Pakistan organized by SDPI in Islamabad.
The research content of the book is based on a study .