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|Notes:||Originally published: 2007.|
|Description:||xvi, 301 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||The problem of illegal logging / Luca Tacconi --
The social basis of illegal logging and forestry law enforcement in North America / Michael R. Pendleton --
From New Order to regional autonomy: shifting dynamics of illegal logging in Kalimantan, Indonesia / Anne Casson and Krystof Obidzinski --
Turning in circles: district governance, illegal logging, and environmental decline in Sumatra, Indonesia / John F. McCarthy --
Illegal logging, collusive corruption and fragmented governments in Kalimantan, Indonesia / Joyotee Smith [and others] --
Forest law enforcement and rural livelihoods / David Kaimowitz --
Rural livelihoods, forest law, and the illegal timber trade in Honduras and Nicaragua / Adrian Wells [and others] --
Livelihoods and the adaptive application of the law in the forests of Cameroon / Guillaume Lescuyer --
Forest law enforcement and rural livelihoods in Bolivia / Marco Boscolo and Maria Teresa Vargas Rios --
Sustainable forest management and law enforcement: a comparison between Brazil and Finland / Sofia R. Hirakuri --
Verification and certification of forest products and illegal logging in Indonesia / Luca Tacconi --
Illegal logging and the future of the forest / Luca Tacconi.
|Series Title:||Earthscan forestry library.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Luca Tacconi ; foreword by Frances Seymour.|
'Invaluable reading for forest professionals contemplating work in the Third World as it provides a primer on one set of obstacles they'll meet.' Roy Strang, BC Forest Professional Nov-December 2007.