Wasteland development and environmental management through community forestry

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Natraj , Dehra Dun, India
Community forestry -- India -- Khakripara., Social forestry programs -- India -- Khakripara., Environmental management -- India -- Khakri

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India, Khakri

StatementR.N. Tewari, O.A. Mascarenhas.
ContributionsMascarenhas, O. A. 1937-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSD646.K47 T48 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 121 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2830619M
LC Control Number83906456

Wasteland development and environmental management through community forestry. Dehra Dun, India: Natraj, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R N Tewari; O A Mascarenhas.

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Farm forestry, agroforestry, community forestry, social forestry, commercial forestry and commercial nurseries etc are various management practices used for reclamation of degraded and wasteland.

Wasteland Management and Environment by A.K. Roy & S.K. Verma (Ed.) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Tree-planting and plantation forestry in tropical countries are expanding rapidly.

Social and community forestry, tree planting to control soil erosion, and the use of agroforestry, as well as many industrial afforestation projects, are all part of the response to tropical deforestation and are central to much rural development.

The international Tropical Forest Action Programme (TFAP Reviews: 1. management of forest conservation areas, enhancing connectivity between forest areas).

Many of these management actions also contribute to climate change mitigation through reducing emissions from forests, conserving forest carbon or enhancing forest carbon sinks. Forest carbon management offers potential for some immediate financial Size: 2MB.

The forestry sector of Zambia includes forest and logging and the downstream processing activities involving wood and NWFPs. The ZFAP of (ZFAP, ), Forest Policy ofand Forest Act of (GRZ, ) provide for wood industry development and community participation in forest management and utilization.

The NEAP of led to the. Gilmour, D.A. and R.J. Fisher () Villagers, Forest and Foresters: The Philosophy, Process and Practice of Community Forestry in Nepal Kathmandu: Sahayogi Press.

Fisher, R.J. () Indigenous System of Common Property Forest Management in Nepal. Working Paper No Honolulu, Hawaii: Environment and Policy Institute, East-West Centre. Downloadable. In acknowledging the significant role of forestry on the environmental, social, and economic sustainability of local communities, this study focused on examining how different factors affect the intentional behavior towards community forestry among the poor households in Malaysia.

Employing theory of planned behavior (TPB) in an expanded model, this study collected data from Joint Forest Management (JFM), embracing the philosophy of forest conservation and livelihood improvement through cooperation between state and civil society, has emerged over the past decades both as a specific paradigm of forest governance in India and as India's largest community forestry.

With a focus on management for timber and other market-based development strategies, we then examine the institutional and socioeconomic factors, as well as biophysical shocks, that have constrained community forestry development in the past 25 years, challenging its persistence.

I demonstrate the power of this analytic through an extended study of community forest management. This is an assemblage that brings together an array of agents (villagers, labourers, entrepreneurs, officials, activists, aid donors, scientists) and objectives (profit, pay, livelihoods, control, property, efficiency, sustainability, conservation).

Community development agencies and community forestry in Liberia Ramses Kumbuyal, Liberian Agency for Community Empowerment 32 Community forestry in Liberia Webby Bwanali, Natural Resources Division, UNMIL 33 Capacity building in community forestry in Liberia Lawrence Y.

Greene, Division of Community Forestry, FDA 35 7. Things to consider in forest management The forest can be managed for various objectives. The main objective of managing community forest is often to sustainably provide for the needs of firewood, fodder, timber, etc. in the community.

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Management of private forest may, for example, be for the maximum output of good quality timber. Shrestha, K. & McManus, P.

() The politics of community participation in natural resource management: lessons from community forestry in Nepal. Australian Forestry – Simpson, L.

() Aboriginal peoples and knowledge: decolonizing our processes. Social forestry is management and development of forest with afforestation on barren lands to achieve environmental benefit and rural development.

The term was first used by National Commission on Agriculture, Government of India, in (sixth five year plan).

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The aim of taking the pressure off the forests and making use of all unused and. Community forest management is one of the successful stories of green economy sectors in Nepal recognized by the United Nation Environment Programme. It was initiated in Nepal to mitigate increasing deforestation and forest degradation and address the negative impacts on rural livelihoods.

Different studies are conducted by researchers to assess the role of community forest in. Environmentalism or environmental rights is a broad philosophy, ideology, and social movement regarding concerns for environmental protection and improvement of the health of the environment, particularly as the measure for this health seeks to incorporate the impact of changes to the environment on humans, animals, plants and non-living environmentalism focuses more on the.

community-based forest management initiatives. The materials presented in this publication are derived from research and capacity building projects financed by various funding agencies.

These include, firstly, “Kyoto: Think Global, Act Local” - an action research for sustainable forest management. The Forest Conservation Project, launched in April by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), has carried out research activities on forest strategies, including policy analysis and on-site surveys.

This book gives an overview of the project's research activities in its first three-year phase (AprilMarch ). Land degradation is a process in which the value of the biophysical environment is affected by a combination of human-induced processes acting upon the land.

It is viewed as any change or disturbance to the land perceived to be deleterious or undesirable. Natural hazards are excluded as a cause; however human activities can indirectly affect phenomena such as floods and bush fires.

National Wasteland Development Board Established in under the Ministry of Forests and Environment National Wasteland Development Board moved to the new Department under the Ministry Of Rural Development (now Ministry of Rural Areas and Employment) in year Responsible mainly for development of wastelands in non forest areas by.

Contact Us. Email us Phone: + Fax: + Headquarters Address. International Society of Arboriculture Peachtree Street NW. local control over natural resources and benefits through community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) (Armitage ) and signals a global movement in forest governance reform.

A growing body of multidisciplinary evidence now questions the sustainability of con-ventional forest management (and conventional environmental. Environmental Partnership Management Field trip. Recent trips have included visiting community forestry and local economic development initiatives, decision making in local government and coastal management sites.

IIFM:‘Process Documentation of Joint Forest Management and Eco-Development (A report of consultancy Assignment Submitted to World Bank Assisted MP Forestry Project’, Bhopal, India, State Forest Department (Government of Madhya Pradesh), Indian Institute of Forest Management.

How do gender relations shape a community’s ability to adapt to climate change. Insights from Nepal’s community forestry. Climate and Development: Vol. 12, No. 10, pp.

CDT Community Development Trust CENAGREF National Centre for Wildlife Management CFM Collaborative Forest Management CFR Community Forest Reserve CHA Controlled Hunting Area CI Conservation International Development), the French Global Environment Facility through the Bio-Hub project, and the French Development Agency.

On Wednesday, Octoa local NGO in the forest sector, Partners in Development (PADEV), conducted a one-day orientation for its community engagement officers (CEOs), who the entity. Dr Timothy Cadman specialises in the governance of sustainable development, environmental politics and policy, climate change, natural resource management including forestry, responsible.

The researchers found that a forest's environmental health improved after a formalized community forest management initiative in 56% of the cases that tracked environmental condition, and that. The MSc Environmental and Forest Management programme prepares you for a range of careers in forest and environmental management, policy and research.

In recent years most graduates have found positions in forest management, particularly the private sector, e.g.

the graduate development programme of Tilhill Forestry.forest management and implementation of these rules, the government launched several community 1 A denuded forest handed over to the Panchayat as CF for plantation development.

2 A natural forest handed over to the Panchayat as CF.The FIFES sub-office team in Sanniquellie completed four awareness trainings on forest ownership in the Zor and Blei Community Forests (CFs). FIFES staff used the Community Forestry Guide Book, developed by USAID/Liberia, to explain rights and responsibilities, risks and opportunities afforded by CFs, to participants (58 women and 65 men).