The issue of tenure strikes at the heart of much of what qthe nations of the worldq hold most precious - their capacity to sustain themselves. This volume was compiled in 1998 to communicate the science and scholarship of tenure to policy makers and decision makers around the world. It represents a snapshot of the issue of tenure and sustainable use by a number of leading practitioners and academics in the field. The papers were presented at two conferences in 1998, the GBF Forum in Bratislava and Tenure and Sustainable Use in Oslo. The book is in two parts : Influence of Tenure and Access Rights on the Sustainability of Natural Resource Uses and Tenure and Sustainable Use. It is essential reading for those wishing to acquaint themselves with the subject or needing to explore it more fully.Community Forest Management Practice: A Case Study of Chihota and Seke Communal Areas Yemi Katerere1 and ... are engaged in actively managing their woodland resources and are using local rules and sanctions where feasible. ... Under such circumstances common property is no different from a#39;private propertya#39;.
|Title||:||Tenure and Sustainable Use|
|Author||:||James Oglethorpe, Universitetet i Oslo. Senter for utvikling og miljø|
|Publisher||:||IUCN - 1999-01-01|