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Grassroots Environmental Action People's Participation in Sustainable Development

Edited By: D Ghai and JM Vivian
351 pages, Illus
Publisher: Routledge
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Case studies from Latin America, Asia and Africa focus on areas where local people are vigorous actors in the determination of their own future and that of their environment.

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Preface by Maurice Strong 1. Introduction, Dharam Ghai and Jessica Vivian PART I: APPROACHES AND CONCEPTS 2. Sustainable Development and Popular Participation: A Framework for Analysis Michael Redclift 3. Foundations for Sustainable Development: Participation, Empowerment and Local Resource Management Jessica Vivian PART II: TRADITIONAL SYSTEMS OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 4. The Barabaig Pastoralists of Tanzania: Sustainable Land Use in Jeopardy Charles Lane 5. The Zanjeras and the Ilocos Norte Irrigation Project: Lessons of Environmental Sustainability from Philippine Traditional Resource Management Systems Ruth Ammerman Yabes 6. Sustainable Development and People's Participation in Wetland Ecosystem Conservation in Brazil: Two Comparative Studies Antonio Carlos S. Diegues PART III: SOCIAL ACTION AND THE ENVIRONMENT 7. Urban Social Organisation and Ecological Struggle in Durango, Mexico Julio Moguel and Enrique Velazquez 8. Strategies for Autochthonous Development: Two Initiatives in Rural Oaxaca, Mexico Jutta Blauert and Marta Guidi 9. Ruining the Commons and Responses of the Commoners: Coastal Overfishing and Fishworkers' Actions in Kerala State, India John Kurien 10. From Environmental Conflicts to Sustainable Mountain Transformation: Ecological Action in the Garhwal Himalaya Jayanta Bandyopadhyay PART IV: LESSONS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS 11. Environmental Rehabilitation in the Northern Ethiopian Highlands: Constraints to People's Participation Michael Stahl 12. Local Resource Management and Development: Strategic Dimensions of People's Participation Philippe Egger and Jean Majeres 13. Who Should Manage Environmental Problems? Some Lessons from Latin America Charles A. Reilly

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Edited By: D Ghai and JM Vivian
351 pages, Illus
Publisher: Routledge
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