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Social forestry in Asia

Social forestry in Asia

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Published by Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization, Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture in Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia
    • Subjects:
    • Social forestry programs -- Asia -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Napoleon T. Vergara and Rodolfo A. Fernandez.
      ContributionsVergara, Napoleon T., Fernandez, Rodolfo A., SEAMEO Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD641 .S63 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 361 p. :
      Number of Pages361
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1147308M
      LC Control Number94119667

      This book is the outcome of a workshop on 'Socioeconomic aspects of tree growing by the farmers of South Asia' held at the Institute of Rural Management, Anand, India in Section I contains three chapters: Farm forestry and the context of farming systems in South Asia (Saxena and Ballabh); Law, private forestry and markets (Akhileshwar Pathak); and Farm forestry. The Social Lives of Forests brings together a posse of the world’s leading scholars of forests who challenge us to think about trees and people in entirely new ways. This book is an exhilarating and intellectually capacious exploration of forests as biomes and as artifacts. A bravura piece of social science scholarship.”.

      1) Agroforestry is any sustainable land-use system that maintains or increases total yields by combining food crops (annuals) with tree crops (perennials) and/or livestock on the same unit of land, either alternately or at the same time, using management practices that suit the social and cultural characteristics of the local people and the economic and eco­logical conditions of the . As the Indonesian government sets a target to allocate million ha of state forest land for social forestry in , one of the most crucial [and overlooked] issues is the extent of capacity.

        This reviewer is in both categories, the target seems well hit. The author also suggests that England is a leader in urban and social forestry and that a wider international readership may find it useful. A preliminary chapter sets out biological and historical context, from royal forests and exclusion to 18 th century landscaping. Part I deals. The concept of urban forestry has been defined as "the art, science, and technique related to trees and forest resources' management in urban and .


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The term social forestry was first used in by The National Commission on Agriculture, when the government of India aimed to reduce pressure on forests by planting trees on all unused and. SOCIAL FORESTRY. Term ‘social forestry’ was first used by National Commission on Agriculture in National Forest Policy, to encourage a need-based and time bound programme of afforestation and tree planting through Social forestry in Asia book, social forestry & farm forestry with involvement of local communities.

Social forestry is a concept or mission. This volume provides new insights and conceptual understandings of the human and gender dimension of vulnerability in relation to the dynamics of tenure reforms in the dryland forests of Asia and Africa.

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Social forestry as a form of small-scale forestry has been promoted in South East Asia for decades and could be considered as a new mode of forest management.

The areas allocated for or identified as relevant to social (or community) forestry are often in remote areas, in frontier areas near national borders. Ssn Social Forestry gives some information and statistical data, based on the authors' wrong assumption that the principle of Social Forestry should be and is in Indonesia exclusively applied to state-owned forest lands.

Some described rural community forestry programmes on state forest land are examples of concretely practised Social. Environmental issues are omnipresent in Southeast Asia. Apart from entailing tremendous environmental damage, the impact on regional security in Southeast Asia is noticeable.

Inthe United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm marked a watershed moment in international : Max Priebe. This book contains 20 case studies that explain how a selection of forest resources featuring forest plans, animals and fungi are harvested, processed and traded.

The botanical cases are presented according to the main part of the plant being used - the fruit, bark or resin. Sometimes the plants have multiple uses, or different cultures may use the same part of a particular plant .Social forestry practice takes place at the local level, beginning with community needs and capacities.

However, local people’s aspirations on concerns like rights to land and resources, equitable shares of forest benefits and cultural practices are often ignored in policy-making and planning processes.An introductory textbook for undergraduates taking farm forestry courses in Agricultural Universities in India.

There are 10 chapters, several of which provide an introduction to general forestry, briefly covering forest types (with special reference to India) and functions, management and harvesting, natural forest policy and wood-based industries.