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  • Economic competition for land use between social forestry and agriculture
  • Employment ; Farming;Agriculture ; Forestry ; Land use ; Rural economy
  • The analyses established that the lower competitive position of farm forestry can be explained by lack of liquidity through long investment periods and large time intervals between wood harvests. The analyses also established that agriculture
  • provides more continuous employment opportunities, which is a disadvantage for social forestry in countries where providing employment opportunities is a development goal. - (l'A.).
  • Geography - Internationalisation and the condition of forestry in New Zealand
  • Afforestation ; Forestry ; Industry ; Internationalization ; Investment ; New Zealand ; Regional development ; Stand treatment ; Wood industry
  • Internationalisation is used as a device with which to reexamine geographies of national development and geography in national development in New Zealand. The A. discusses national and internationalised forestry before considering some of the new
  • Development strategy for forestry in China.
  • Forestry development relies overwhelmingly on natural resources which are not particularly impressive in China when compared with world average. Their location in the less developed and less accessible regions is a further disadvantage. The problems
  • of exploiting these resources are discussed. Various target figures for further developing forestry to be attained by 2000 AD are examined. The means to achieve them are afforestation, controlled renewal, conservation and incentive schemes. (TNC).
  • Industrial forestry
  • Brunei ; Forest ; Forestry ; Wood industry
  • The role of forestry in the amelioration of drought in Nigeria
  • Agriculture and forestry are interdependant. The planting of trees in shelter belts and plantations can ameliorate the climate by reducing the effect of dessicating winds, so improving the soil and crop yields. (EMS).
  • Scaling post-industrial forestry : the complex implementation of national forestry regimes in the southern valleys of Wales
  • Conflict ; Forestry ; Locality ; Policy ; Scale ; Spatial differentiation ; Stand treatment ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • Gramsci in green : neoliberal hegemony through urban forestry and the potential for a political ecology of praxis
  • Civil society ; Forestry ; Hegemony ; Ideology ; Neo liberalism ; Pedagogy ; Political ecology ; United States of America ; Wisconsin
  • A Gramscian perspective and data gathered from 20 in-depth interviews with foresters are used to theorize how rollout policy is deployed through urban forestry (Wisconsin, USA) to extend market hegemony to new geographies. The state's market
  • -oriented regulatory legitimacy is consolidated through the apparently benign act of promoting urban forestry.
  • Empire forestry and the origins of environmentalism
  • Africa ; British people ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Forestry ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; India ; Nineteenth Century ; Oceania
  • Hard-headed environmentalists and legislators found in empire forestry a ready-made model to construct vast areas of the public domain as a ustensil for environmental and state purposes. The empire forestry matrix of government reservations, fire
  • Unsustainable forestry causes forest fires - a case study from Galicia (North-West Spain)
  • Development ; Environmental management ; Eucalyptus ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Forestry ; Galicia ; Spain
  • Galicia's forestry holds a special position within Spain due to the relatively great cover of woodlands and an increasing concentration on fast-growing tree species, i.e. eucalyptus trees. Its earning capacity is rather low because of a lack
  • of industrial potential. Development funds proferred by the EU and altered by national and regional legislatures do not improve the disadvantageous structure of Galician forestry nor its economically and ecologically poor situation. The high incidence of forest
  • fires is a result of a misguided forestry policy and structural problems. The especially-formed fire brigades are only of short-term assistance. In future, long-term support can be expected via EU-funded educational campaigns and structural reforms
  • On partial consultation in forestry
  • Under consultation arrangements, the Forestry Commission seeks the views of interested statutory bodies before proceeding with afforestation on its own account, or before agreeing to grant-aid private proposals. The theoretical basis of partial
  • Rural development forestry
  • Arid area ; Bibliography ; Deforestation ; Forest ; Forestry ; Nature conservation ; Rural development ; Tropical rain forest ; Tropical zone
  • Assessing the value of monotemporal SPOT-1 imagery for forestry applications under Flemish conditions
  • Belgium ; Data processing ; Forest ; Forestry ; Remote sensing
  • Forestry construction in the mountain areas of south China.
  • . With improved management under new policy measures, people in these mountain areas should be able to use improved techniques in forestry. (TNC).
  • Tvorba Krajiny CSSR z hlediska zemedelstir a lesnictvi.. (Landscape formation in the CSSR from the view point of agriculture and forestry)
  • An assessment of the contemporary state and the principles for the creation of a more productive and ecologically balanced landscape. The area used for agriculture and forestry represents 91 % of the total surface of the Czechoslovak soil fund. (MS).
  • Third World meets First World in the West Coast region of the South Island : possum hunting and the role of social forestry in indigenous forest management
  • Environment ; Fauna ; Forest ; Forest resources ; Forestry ; New Zealand ; Resource management ; South Island
  • at the same time provide for local socioeconomic needs. This is where social forestry can have a role.
  • Implementation of the results of scientific research in practical management : a case study from Nepalese forestry
  • Forest ; Forest exploitation ; Forestry ; Himalaya ; Mountain ; Natural resources ; Nepal ; Project ; Resource management ; Traditional society
  • Discussion of the experiences of the Nepal-Australia forestry project from 1978 to 1988 in the Nepalese Middle Hills. This plan was developed in response to the expressed needs of the local people. However, men and people of higher caste
  • The effect of community structure on social forestry outcomes : insights from Chota Nagpur, India
  • Social forestry is forest management that takes rural people into account to improve rural welfare and minimize environmental degradation. Author studied eighteen villages on the Chota Nagpur Plateau in southeastern Bihar, India to weigh how
  • theories of common property resource management were affected by social differentiation, wealth distribution, local institutions. The goal is to assess the likehood of success of social forestry initiatives before their implementation. - (SLD)
  • Disposal of Forestry Commission land in Scotland
  • Europe's Others? Forestry policy and practices in colonial and postcolonial India
  • Suomen Kartasto = Atlas over Finland = Atlas of Finland, Forestry (fasc. 234).