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ItemLegal frameworks for forest management in Asia : case studies of community/state relations(Honolulu :East-West Center, Program on Environment, 1993)Papers in this volume were prepared for a workshop sponsored by the EAst-West Center Program on Environment and the Ford Foundation from November 4-6, 1991, in Bali, Indonesia. Contents: The legal framework for joint management of forest lands in India / Mark Poffenberger, Chhatrapati Singh -- 2. Forest protection committees in West Bengal, India / S.B. Roy -- 3. Contractual agreements in the Java social forestry program / Frances J. Seymour, Danilyn Rutherford -- 4. A strategy for saving the Madhupur Sal Forest in Bangladesh -- 5. Development assistance and property rights in the Philippine Uplands / Donna Z. Gasgonia -- 6. Strengthening community stewardship agreements in the Philippines / Jefferson R. Plantilla -- 7. Legal issues in forest land management in Northeast Thailand / Viyouth Chamruspanth -- 8. Drafting a new community forest act in Thailand / Weera Attanatho -- 9. Community forestry legislation in Thailand: an NGO perspective / Yos Santasombat -- 10. The legal case for social forestry in the production forests of Indonesia / Sopari Wangsadidjaja, Agus Djoko Ismanto -- 11. Toward community-based forestry and recognition of Adat property rights in the outer islands of Indonesia / Sandra Moniaga -- 12. Differential access to resources and conflict resolution in a forest concession in Irian Jaya / Iwan Tjitradjaja -- The Parieri land dispute: a case study from Biak / Augustinus Rumansara, Decky Rumwaropen -- 14. Contractual agreements for community-based social forestry programs in Asia / Frances J. Seymour, Danilyn Rutherford.
ItemToo many people, too little land : the human ecology of a wet rice-growing village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam(Honolulu : East-West Center, Program on Environment, 1993)"Report of the SUAN-EWC-CRES Workshop on Sustainable Rural Resources Management and Biological Diversity Conservation held in Hanoi and Thai Binh Province from 15 to 26 July 1991." "A joint research activity of the Southeast Asian Universities Agroecosystem Network (SUAN); the Program on Environment (ENV), East-West Center; and the Center for Natural Resources Management and Environmental Studies (CRES), Hanoi University."