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1: Transforming forest landscape conflicts: the promises and perils of global forest management initiatives such as REDD+

Publication date01 Apr 2018
Author(s)Seth Kane, Ahmad Dhiaulhaq, Lok Mani Sapkota, David Gritten
PublisherForest and Society

Implementation of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) is designed to relieve pressure on tropical forests,...

2: Respecting Community Farming Traditions in Handling Land Conflict

Publication date01 Dec 2016
Author(s)Tran Viet Dong; Nguyen Quang Tan
Editors(s)RECOFTC
PublisherRECOFTC

A lack of respect for the role of local people in land use planning and local farming traditions have led to the encroachment of forest...

3: Conflict in REDD+: An Analysis of Sources of Conflict Based on Case Studies from South and Southeast Asia

Publication date01 May 2016
Editors(s)RECOFTC
PublisherRECOFTC

Based on empirical case studies in four countries in South (Nepal) and Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Myanmar and Viet Nam), this issue paper...

4: Transforming Forest Conflicts in Asia-Pacific: A Capacity Development Approach

Publication date01 Aug 2015
Author(s)Seth Kane; David Gritten; Lok Mani Sapkota; Linh, Thi Bui; Ahmad Dhiaulhaq
Editors(s)RECOFTC
PublisherRECOFTC

Asia-Pacific is a forest conflict hotspot as too often forest governance and management excludes the interests and values of local and...

5: Mediating Forest Conflicts in Southeast Asia: Getting the Positives out of Conflicts over Forests and Land

Publication date01 Mar 2014
Author(s)Ahmad Dhiaulhaq; David Gritten; Toon De Bruyn
PublisherRECOFTC

The high incidence of forest conflict in Southeast Asia underscores the need for conflict-transformation tools to maximize the positive...