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1: Linking Adaptation and Mitigation through Community Forestry: Case Studies from Asia

Publication date01 Aug 2012
Editors(s)Regan Suzuki
PublisherRECOFTC
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"The main argument for community forestry, in the context of climate change, is that it responds to multiple interests. Forests, and in...

2: The struggle over Asia’s forests: An overview of forest conflict and potential implications for REDD+

Publication date01 Mar 2012
Author(s)Yasmi, Y.; Kelley, L.; Murdiyarso, D.; Patel, T
PublisherCommonwealth Forestry Association

The management of Asia’s forests affects diverse stakeholders and interests, inevitably resulting in conflict. This study focuses on...

3: Forests and Landslides: The Role of Forests and Forestry in the Prevention and Rehabilitation of Landslides in Asia

Publication date01 Jan 2012
PublisherRECOFTC; FAO
Format

Trees and forests play important roles in reducing landslide risk through various mechanisms. Tree roots reinforce soil layers, anchor the...

4: Breaking Walls, Building Bridges: Conflict Management in the Tropical Timber Industry

Publication date01 Aug 2011
Author(s)Celina Yong; Toon De Bruyn; Yurdi Yasmi; David Gritten
Editors(s)RECOFTC
PublisherRECOFTC
Format

Due to growing environmentally and socially aware markets on a global level, as well as on a regional level, and with more recent gains for...

5: Unlocking Climate Change Mitigation

Publication date01 Oct 2009
Editors(s)RECOFTC
PublisherRECOFTC

The 450 million people living in and around Asia-Pacific forests hold a vital stake in the success of REDD. For effective reductions in...