Series: Policy That Works for Forests and People Series Volume: 2
By: Colin Flier and Nikhil Sekhran
416 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Describes government volatility and civil society reaction against patronage in the forest industry, and shows how government policy is re-positioning to seek negotiated contracts with other stakeholders to balance biodiversity conservation, sustained yield and revenue distribution objectives.
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