Negotiating community : local adaptation strategies in state forest policy in Northern Thailand
Since the 1980s, local communities in northern Thailand have argued for community participation in forest management to secure communal use rights of natural resources. They eagerly sought the legalisation of participatory forest management in the constitution and its related laws sometimes by forming farmers' mass rallies in cities. Because most of the land in northern Thailand is covered by forest, state forest policy has a high impact on livelihoods in rural villages. A lot of the...[Show more]
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