The Political Ecology of Tropical Forests in Southeast Asia. Historical Perspectives

By: LYE TUCK-PO, WIL DE

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The Political Ecology of Tropical Forests in Southeast Asia. Historical Perspectives by LYE TUCK-PO, WIL DE JONG AND ABE KEN-ICHI. (EDITED BY)
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Melbourne.: Trans Pacific Press.. 2003.. Maps, black and white photographic plates, xvi + 293pp, index, paperback. Papers in this volume are: The Political Ecology of Tropical Forests in Southeast Asia: Historical Roots of modern problems - Wil de Jong, Lye Tuck-Po, Abe Ken-ichi; Forests versus Agriculture: Colonial Forest Services, environmental ideas and the regulation of land-use change in Southeast Asia - Lesley Potter; Trading in the forest: Lessons from Lao history - Deanna Donovan; The political ecology of forest products in Indonesia: A history of changing adversaries - Wil de Jong and others; Peat swamp forest development in Indonesia and the political ecology of tropical forests in Southeast Asia - Abe Ken-ichi; De facto decentralization and community conflicts in East Kalimantan, Indonesia: Explanations from local history and implications for community forestry - Steve Rhee; One hundred years of land use changes; Political, social and economic influences on an Iban village in Bakong River Basin, Sarawak, East Malaysia - Ichikawa Masahiro; The ecological-economics of non-sustainable development: Logging tropical forests in Southeast Asia and the Pacific - Herb Thompson; Discourse and Southeast Asian deforestation: A Case Study of the International Tropical Timber Organization - Fred Gale; The Problem of gaizai; The view from Japanese Forestry Villages - John Knight. .

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