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1: Conflict Mediation in Asia's Increasingly Pressured Forests: A Tool for Getting the Positives out of Conflicts

Publication date01 Jun 2012
PublisherRECOFTC

Conflict over forest resources is one of the major challenges in forest management. Researchers have observed that the number and severity...

2: Digging Deeper: Decoding REDD+

Publication date01 Oct 2010
Author(s)RECOFTC
PublisherRECOFTC
Format

REDD+ is a proposed mechanism to make forests more valuable living and healthy than dead or damaged. Its advocates believe it could help...

3: People, Forests, and Climate Change

Publication date01 Sep 2010
Editors(s)RECOFTC; RAFT; Earth Journalism Network
PublisherRECOFTC
Format

Forests in Asia-Pacific are under threat. That's not a new story, though it becomes more important with every lost hectare and every...

4: Trouble in the Forests? Carbon, Conflict, and Communities

Publication date01 Sep 2010
Author(s)RECOFTC
PublisherRECOFTC
Format

A single word can describe the history of forest management in the region: conflict. Too often this happens because local people are...

5: Conflict Over Forests and Land in Asia

Publication date01 Sep 2010
Author(s)Yurdi Yasmi; Lisa Kelley; Thomas Enters
Editors(s)RECOFTC
PublisherRECOFTC

Violent conflict affects three quarters of Asia’s forests and tens of millions of people. In Cambodia, for example, nearly half of the 236...