Forest Policy And Politics In The Philippines (the Dynamics Of Participatory Conservation)
|Benjamin C. Bagadion Jr|
|Antonio P. Contreras|
|Marvic M. V. F. Leonen|
|Ben S Malayang II|
|Howie G. Severino|
|Marites Danuilan Vitug|
|Dimension||6 x 9|
Traces the evolution of forestry policy in the Philippines and examines the shift towards participatory conservation in the first decade following overthrow of the Marcos regime. Seeks to highlight the relevance of social and political variables in explaining the relative success and failure of environmental protection variables. Looks beyond news headlines and official discourse surrounding sustainable development, providing a more realistic assessment of the achievements, complexities, and limitations of participatory concervation.
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