Linking Forest, Water, and Energy: Assessing Socio-economic and Environmental Impacts of Forest Management
AWG-SF Strategic Response Fund (ASRF) Learning Notes, 2017, vol. 2017
Central to the adoption of social forestry by the government of Indonesia is the cognizance that forest and water areas are not wilderness devoid of human influence. The social forestry program has been implemented to improve the welfare of communities living within and around state-claimed forest areas through community development. In particular, it provides access rights or partly devolves forest management to local communities.
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