Browsing Center for Pacific Islands Studies by Subject "logging"

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  • Regenvanu,Ralph; Wyatt, Stephen W; Tacconi, Luca (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1997)
    We look at how Vanuatu’s forests have been used or “managed” over time. Traditional lore concerning resource use continues to meaningfully affect contemporary patterns of forest use, including the most dramatic use to date, ...
  • Firth, Stewart (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2007)
    Globalization is having its most transformative effects in the Pacific in three areas of economic and political life: trade, labor, and security. The global move from protection to free trade has reached the Pacific and ...
  • Roughan, John (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1997)
    The scattered nature of Solomon Island villages, the people’s low literacy rate, and the country’s many languages make it difficult to share development and environment messages effectively. Solomon Islands Development ...
  • Frazer, Ian (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1997)
    Large-scale logging began in Solomon Islands in 1963. Since then there have been two distinct regimes. The first lasted until the early 1980s and the early years of independence. It involved a small number of companies ...

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