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Ensuring a future for collective forestry in China's southwest: Adding human and social capital to policy reforms
Weyerhaeuser, H ; Kahrl, F ; Su, YF
Corresponding Authorhorst@loxinfo.co.th
2006
Source PublicationFOREST POLICY AND ECONOMICS
ISSN1389-9341
Volume8Issue:4Pages:375-385
AbstractWorldwide, the potential of smallholder forestry to meet policymakers' economic and environmental objectives is gaining increased recognition. In Southwest China, a significant portion of forests are owned and managed by smallholder, village collectives. Decisions made now will determine whether the potential of collective forestry in Southwest China can be realized, or whether smallholder forests are ultimately consolidated into larger holdings. This analysis traces the history of collective forest management in four villages in northwest Yunnan, highlighting four issues fundamental to unlocking the potential of collective forestry: policy support, forestry approach, village institutions, and multi-scale governance. Policy reforms are necessary but not sufficient as a means to bring improvements in these four areas. Investments in human and social capital-linked to the process of building more formal institutions-are essential beside longer-term institutional change. (c) 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
KeywordSouthwest China Community Forestry Governance Social Capital
Subject AreaForestry
Indexed Bysci
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.kib.ac.cn/handle/151853/2359
Collection资源植物与生物技术所级重点实验室
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Weyerhaeuser, H,Kahrl, F,Su, YF. Ensuring a future for collective forestry in China's southwest: Adding human and social capital to policy reforms[J]. FOREST POLICY AND ECONOMICS,2006,8(4):375-385.
APA Weyerhaeuser, H,Kahrl, F,&Su, YF.(2006).Ensuring a future for collective forestry in China's southwest: Adding human and social capital to policy reforms.FOREST POLICY AND ECONOMICS,8(4),375-385.
MLA Weyerhaeuser, H,et al."Ensuring a future for collective forestry in China's southwest: Adding human and social capital to policy reforms".FOREST POLICY AND ECONOMICS 8.4(2006):375-385.
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