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Case studies of community-based forestry enterprises in the Americas
|Contributions||Forster, Nancy, University of Wisconsin--Madison. Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin--Madison. Institute for Environmental Studies, Forestry in the Americas, Community-Based Management and Sustainability (1995 : Madison, Wisconsin)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 160 p :|
|Number of Pages||160|
Community-based forest management is an integral component of sustainable forest management and conservation in the Brazilian Amazon, where it has been heavily subsidized for the last ten years. Yet knowledge of the financial viability and impact of community-based forest enterprises (CFEs) is by: Non-timber forest products (NTFPs) provide important sources of subsistence, income and employment everywhere there are forests (and sometimes even where there are none). With new emphasis on poverty alleviation and livelihood improvement in national and international development agendas, this group of products seems to offer means to increasing welfare in an environmentally sound way. And .
1. community-based forest management and community-based forest enterprises: what are we talking about? 1 2. status of community-based forest tenure, management, and enterprises 3 tenure reforms and the growth and emergence of tenure and cbfm 3 . It looks at the social and political context in each case, considers the way forward and provides specific recommendations. The study finds that community-based forest management and related enterprises have expanded dramatically in developing countries with the recognition of historic tenure rights and the localisation of responsibilities.
Thestudy on small-scale woodland-based enterprises with outstanding economic potential is a case study into honey production and beekeeping potential in Zambia. Thestudy has been commissioned by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), and contributes to the Sida-funded project on Africa’s Dry Forests initiative in Zambia. This report is the second of ten case studies produced as part of a community forestry project in Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Peru. The study chronicles work undertaken with indigenous Miskitu communities in the Kruta-Caratasca basin, at the extreme eastern tip of Honduras, to manage and market batana oil, a non-timber forest.
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Community-based Forest Enterprise Case Studies Of the 16 CFEs in the states of Acre, Amazonas, and Pará that had sold wood sinceor would be ready to sell by the end ofwe chose three for our financial analysis (Fig.
1).Cited by: The Rainforest Alliance supports community forest enterprises (CFEs) around the globe to improve forestry operations, organize socially-equitable enterprises, and achieve greater competitiveness.
With support from the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), we have produced a series of ten case studies profiling the results of our. Buy The Business of Sustainable Forestry - Case Studies: Analyses And Case Studies on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.
It complements the Gambian Case Study Case studies of community-based forestry enterprises in the Americas book communities through forestry: Community-based enterprise development in the Gambia" which is based on the same project experiences but which is more focused on the MA&D processes.
The analysis is based on a range of literature covering 20 years of community forestry experience in Cameroon and also from information gathered from nine case study community forests in Cameroon. Although not overwhelming, the existing literature shows that community forests can be run as profitable by: 3.
Community-Based Natural Resource Management: Case Studies from Community Forest Management Projects in Ghana, Mexico, and United States of America.
Lindsey Wood. NRES International Resource Management. Spring THE STATUS OF COMMUNITY-BASED FORESTRY IN THE UNITED STATES: From the Community Forest Consortium By Nils Christoﬀ ersen, Don Harker1, Martha West Lyman2, and Barbara Wyckoﬀ 3 A Report to the U.S.
Endowment for Forestry and Communities Th e Community Forest Consortium is a collection of individuals representing. Community Forestry Enterprises: A case study of the Gambia ().
This study is based on the experience on community-based forest enterprise development and on the existing enabling environment in the Gambia.
The Community Forestry Unit (CFU) of FAO in collaboration with the Regional Community Forestry Training Center (RECOFTC), in Bangkok, Thailand, has supported the development of a methodology called Market Analysis and Development (MA&D) for establishing community-based tree and forest product commercial Size: KB.
(). Community-based forestry and community forestry enterprises in quintana roo, mexico and petén, guatemala: how have policies, history, and culture shaped their trajectories. Journal of Sustainable Forestry: Vol. 38, No. 7, pp. Author: Dora Carías Vega.
The case studies are organized by the dominant themes in American community forestry today, with the basic premise that healthy ecosystems depend on healthy communities, and vice-versa.
Unlike most studies of contemporary forestry, Forest Communities, Community Forests focuses on community well-being and, more generally, community : Hardcover. Abstract: This is a case of the changes brought about in traditional forest management practices of the Forest Department in The Gambia, following large-scale deforestation and destruction of invaluable forest resources and realization of the need for community involvement in.
An approach to community-based forestry (CBF) on federal forestlands in the western United States consists of a number of informal civil society institutions for communities to better organize internally and interact with government.
We review the body of research on this topic, which has an explicit focus on the three interlinked aspects of democratic governance practiced to provide community Author: Emily Jane Davis, Reem Hajjar, Susan Charnley, Cassandra Moseley, Kendra Wendel, Meredith Jacobson. The selected case study enterprises focused on ve 19 SmAll foREST-bASED EnTERPRISES In ThE GAmbIA: oPPoRTUnITIES AnD ChAllEnGES 19 SmAll foREST-bASED community-based forest enterprise dev.
The model, together with an actor identification method, was applied to selected community forestry case studies in five different countries around the world (Indonesia, Germany, Cameroon, Namibia. Small and medium forest enterprises (SMFEs) can contribute to poverty reduction, while promoting the sustainable use of forests.
Governments have a fundamental role to play in generating the conditions necessary for these enterprises to emerge and develop. Unfortunately, the business environment in many countries is unsuitable for SMFEs.
That said, The Gambia has been cited as a Cited by: Making community-based forest management work: a case study from Duru-Haitemba village forest reserve, Babati, Arusha, the United Republic of Tanzania. Pages in Second international workshop on participatory forestry in by: 3.
The Changing Forest Management Paradigm in Africa: A Case for Discov. Innov., ; 21(SFM Special Edition No. 1) Community Based Forest Management System in co-management have emerged, and are operating ahead of the policy and forest management rules.
The CBFM experience in the Gambia and Tanzania, the pioneer leaders in this process in. COMSERBO: A Case Study of Community-Based Forest Conservation in the Bolivian Amazon Latin American and Hemispheric Studies Program Master of Arts Capstone Research Project The George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs Authors: Nicholas Bryner, Shai Fierst, Jessica Ludwig, and Timothy Stackhouse Ap Community forestry and related small and medium forest enterprises (SMFEs) can contribute towards the achievement of REDD+ goals, since they can promote sustainable use and conservation of forests and, therefore, a reduction in forest-related carbon emissions.
Additionally, they can improve the quality of life of forest-dependant people by generating alternative sources of income and by:. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS MANAGEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL, FORESTRY, AND FISHERIES ENTERPRISES – Vol.
I - Community-Based Natural Resource Management - Christo Fabricius ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Another profitable project is a cochineal (Dactylopus coccus, Homoptera) breeding initiative in Botswana, where small communities breed the File Size: KB.community-based forest management to become a competitive and compelling land-use.
3. Community-based Forest Enterprise Case Studies Of the 16 CFEs in the states of Acre, Amazonas, and Pará that had sold wood sinceor would be ready to sell by the end ofwe chose three for our ﬁnancial analysis (Fig.
1). These were chosenCited by: This report was commissioned by the International Tropical Timber Organization to help illuminate barriers to the growth of community-based forest enterprises (CFEs) and to identify potential solutions; it involved a wide-ranging study undertaken by a team from Forest Trends and the Rights and Resources Initiative and included an in-depth examination of 20 CFEs in 14 countries (viz., Guatemala, Cited by: