Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[edited by Ensermu Kelbessa and Camille De Stoop]|
|Contributions||Ensermu Kelbessa, Stoop, Camille de, Ethiopia|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||2010305104|
Participatory Forest Management and Community Livelihoods: The Case of Arabuko Sokoke Forest in Kenya Paperback – Octo by Mugambi David Mbuba (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Mugambi David Mbuba. Participatory Forest Management in a New Age Integration of Climate Change Policy and Rural Development Policy Edited by Makoto Inoue, Kazuhiro Harada, Yasuhiro Yokota, and Abar Jurar Mohammed. Many African countries have recently embarked through decentralized forest management schemes such as through Participatory Forest Management (PFM). In Ethiopia context, PFM has been initiated since the : Henok Workeye. Participatory forest management approach has been in practice in Kenya for close to 14 years since it was first piloted in Arabuko Sokoke forest in (KEFRI, ). In Kereita forest, the approach has been in practice for over 5 : Joseph Ndwiga.
Participatory Forest Management (PFM) is a strategy to achieve sustainable forest management by encouraging the management or co-management of forest and woodland resources by the communities living closest to the resources themselves. PFM can contribute to improving rural livelihoods whilst protecting the environment and promoting Size: KB. there are no ideal -- or per se restricted -- levels (such as national, regional, forest management unit levels), stages or intensities (exchange of information, consultation, joint decision-making) of public participation in forestry. These depend on the issues tackled by the participatory File Size: KB. management of forest conservation areas, enhancing connectivity between forest areas). Many of these management actions also contribute to climate change mitigation through reducing emissions from forests, conserving forest carbon or enhancing forest carbon sinks. Forest carbon management offers potential for some immediate financial Size: 2MB. Community-based forestry. Broadly defined, CBF encompasses the management of forest lands and forest resources by or with local people, individually or in groups, and for commercial or non-commercial purposes. Participatory conservation: Some community responsibility to protect forests, but little authority to make decisions. Very few (or.
Participatory Scenario Analysis in Forest Resource Management. Exploring Methods and Governance Challenges from a Rural Landscape Perspective. Abstract The forested landscape holds multiple socio-cultural, ecological, and economic values that are interlinked and dependent on each other. Policy makers, scientists, and. Get this from a library! Experiences from participatory forest management. [S B Roy; Indian Institute of Technology (Kharagpur, India). Participatory Forest Management Project.; Indian Institute of Bio-Social Research and Development.;] -- Papers presented at the Workshop on Participatory Forest Management held on 28th and 29th Nov. at Calcutta on citizen participation in forest . planning, conflict management, information collection, landscape assessment and other uses. The Guide to Participatory Tools for Forest Communities is intended for environment and development practitioners, researchers and local government officials. It provides information on various tools to help readers grasp basic. Sahel Participatory Forest Management Programme (PFMP). This field manual has been compiled by Ben Irwin drawing from FARM-Africa and SOS Sahel Ethiopia PFMP project experience is based on the use of PFM ideas, methods and best practice fromFile Size: KB.