2019
DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab2925 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Relationships are the elementary forms of social life that animate structures and processes between and among individuals, groups and institutions, and are in turn transformed by them. Relationships between forest dependent peoples (FP) and state forest management institutions (FD) are central to forestry practice yet seldom the focus of research studies. Whereas decentralization and participatory institutions have received much attention in research and practice, relationships that underpin them have remained… Show more

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“…Whereas, decentralization and participatory institutions have received much attention in research and practice, the relationships between forest dependent peoples and state forest management institutions have remained largely unaddressed (Moelino et al, 2017;Varsan et al, 2019). Carbon forestry projects seem to fuel existing tensions between country capitals and the periphery.…”
Section: Power: Challenges To Unequal Power Dynamicsmentioning