By: Catarina AS Cardosa
259 pages, Figs, tabs
Extractive reserves are one of Brazil's main policy initiatives for promoting sustainable development in the Amazon rainforest. The result of local communities' struggles for control over their natural resources and worldwide concern with the conservation of Amazonia, extractive reserves also represent an arena for exploring linkages between local resource management and the global political economy. References to the importance of such linkages are frequent, but they remain poorly understood. This book addresses this lack through an analysis of the formation, and institutional sustainability of, the extract reserves.
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