Assessing and managing social impacts resulting from forest policy changes
Changes in access to natural resources impact the people and communities reliant on those resources for their livelihood. Australia's Regional Forest Agreements (RFAs), signed between 1997 and 2001, aimed to rebalance the productive use and conservation of commercially valuable public native forests. They resulted in reduced access to these forests for wood production, along with other changes, and were accompanied by mitigation strategies intended to assist those most impacted to adjust to the...[Show more]
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