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The Political Economy of Forest Management in Papua New Guinea.

CollectionsANU Resources, Environment & Development Group (RE&D)
Title: The Political Economy of Forest Management in Papua New Guinea.
Author(s): Filer, Colin
Publisher: Canberra, ACT: Resources, Environment & Development (RE&D), The Australian National Unviersity
Papua New Guinea: The National Research Institute
The International Institute for Environment and Development (IEED)
Series/Report no.: Monograph (National Resource Institute): 32
This book contains the reflections of scholars, policy-makers and practitioners with first-hand knowledge of recent developments in the political, social and economic dimensions of forest management in Papua New Guinea. The first part of the book contains a number of case studies of the local politics of large-scale logging projects in various parts of the country; the second part is devoted to discussion of various aspects of the forest industry at national and regional levels; while the third part deals with the practical problems of achieving a more sustainable regime of forest management.
ISBN: 9980 75 089 8


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