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Adaptive community forest management: an alternate paradigm

, : Adaptive community forest management: an alternate paradigm. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 14(2/4): 199-215

The paper traces the origins of community forest management in Orissa state, India and develops a definition of adaptive community forest management that stresses the essential elements of: matching local interests with those of a wider national and international community; acknowledging the heterogeneity and dynamism in the environment of management - both locally and on a wider stage; and allowing the resource management institutions to evolve through learning about this complex and changing environment. This paper deduces general principles covering the development and adaptation of community resource management institutions to their changing circumstances in a world of uncertainty.


DOI: 10.1080/14728028.2004.9752493

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