Published in 1998. An International monograph publishing series covering new research into the ‘green’ issues such as government, corporate and public responses to environmental hazards, the economics of green policies and the effectiveness of environmental protection programmes.
1. Setting the Scene 2. Forest Resource Use in South Asia : A Conceptual Overview 3. Social Forestry Programmes in South Asia 4. Selection of the Bangladesh Case Studies and the Research Methodology 5. Forest Resource Use in the Study Areas: Views from the Field 6. Social Forestry at Work : The Frame 7. Social Forestry at Work : The Achievements 8. Conclusions
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