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Property Matters: Collective Forest Policy Issues and Opportunities

Event Overview

Property Matters: Collective Forest Policy Issues and Opportunities

January 11, 2005 - January 18, 2005

Fujian and Beijing, China

This will be the culminating workshop of the yearlong project "Building Knowledge of China's Collective Forest Sector, in China and Beyond". The event will be co-hosted by the China National Forestry Economics and Development Research Center (FEDRC) at the State Forestry Administration (SFA), China Agricultural University, and Forest Trends.





Resources


Rethinking Forest Regulations
by Arnoldo Contreras


Alternatives to Public Protected Areas: Community Driven Conservation, International Experiences and Trends
by Andy White


Initiatives to Reform Tenure in India
by Arvind Khare


Company-Community Contracts for Forest Protection in Sichuan: Examples and Lessons from Experience (English and Chinese)
by Gan Tingyu and Zhang Qingwen


Overview on China's Collective Forests Research
by Miao Guangping


Basic Issues Fostering Successful Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM), Including Successful Community-Based Forest Management (CBFM)
by Owen Lynch


From Innovation to Adaptation: The Share-Holding Integrated Forestry Tenure (SHIFT) System in Sanming, China
by Song Yajie, Wang, G. W. Burch and M. Rechlin

Chinese Version

Collective Forests and Fast-growing and High-yielding Forest Plantations in Fujian: Experiences and Lessons
by Wang Chufeng


Who Drives Conservation? Case of Yunnan (Chinese Only)
by Xu Jianchu


Forest Ecosystem Compensation Program (FECP): Impacts and Implications for Collective Forest Owners
by Xu Xiuli, Zuo Ting, Zhang Binqian and Anders West


Managing Timber Harvest in China: Harvest Policy (English and Chinese)
by Zhang Lei, Zhang Kun, Zhao Jincheng and Liang Yongwei


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