xvii, 253 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
9781849712804 hardback 1849712808 hardback
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction:The rights-based agenda in international forestry /Thomas Sikor and Johannes Stahl The global forest tenure transitition : background, substance, and prospects /William D. Sunderlin Indigenous peoples' rights and the jurisprudence of the inter-American human rights system /Fergus McKay Human rights-based approaches to conservation : promise, progress and pitfalls? /Jessica Campese and Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend Affirmative policy on an uneven playing field : implications for REDD /Jesse C. Ribot and Anne M. Larson Advancing human rights through community forestry in Nepal /Shaunna Barnhart Forest devolution and social differentiation in Vietnam /To Xuan Phuc The challenges of developing a rights-based approach to conservation in Indonesia /Moira Moeliono and Godwin Limberg Rights evolution and contemporary forest activism in the New Forest, England /Victoria M. Edwards Advocating for traditional native American gathering rights on US Forest Service lands /Beth Rose Middleton Who represents the collective? : authority and the recognition of forest rigths /Anne M. Larson and Peter Cronkleton Tenure rights, environmental interests, and the politics of local government in Romania /Stefan Dorondel Women's action and democratic spaces across scales in India /Neera M. Singh Building coalitions across sectors and scales in Cambodia /Blake D. Ratner and Terry Parnell Forest-based social movements in Latin America /Peter Cronkleton and Peter Leigh Taylor A way forward : forest rights in times of REDD+ /Thomas Sikor and Johannes Stahl.
K3884 .S57 2011
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Earthscan, 2011.