By: Judith Bennett
512 pages, 96 illus, 15 maps
Addresses the contending views of the uses of Solomon Island forest. The independent governments failed to protect the dwindling forest on customary land in the face of accelerating demands from their own people and of Asian-based logging companies, while non-governmental organisations and aid-donors have tried to invoke a more conservative regime of forest use.
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