A volume of case studies on the management of local natural resources by indigenous peoples, which describe the different kinds of arrangements that have developed between local peoples and the wider societies and states in resource allocation and use. The case studies are drawn from the world over, including New Zealand, Gambia, Ghana, the USA, Venezuala, Brazil, and Sri Lanka.
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