The drivers of contract eucalypt farming in Thailand
Eucalypt plantations and contract farming for eucalypts have expanded and are now occurring on a large scale despite concerns about their social and environmental impacts. Our analysis shows that Thai policies and land tenure context have been the principal drivers of the adoption of eucalypt tree growing by Thai smallholders. Thai policies and land tenure system are responsible for the current key role played by smallholders in pulp production. Contract eucalypt farming has become critical for...[Show more]
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