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Nearly eight years since the publication of Agrawal and Gibson's seminal article 'Enchantment and Disenchantment: the role of Community in Natural Resource Conservation,' scholarly and public interest in the role of communities in conservation remains strong. Drawing from the four case studies...
In 1981, Garig Gunak Barlu National Park became the first of several parks in Australia to be jointly managed by a park agency and the traditional owners to whom the park land had been returned. While this joint management arrangement marks an encouraging step forward in the level of involvement...
Struggles over resources may constitute new understandings of community, boundaries and rights (Moore 1998:403). Literature on community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) has focused on intra-community differentiation and the roles of CBNRM in expanding state power. Where communities are...
Land in Japanese parks is not set aside for nature conservation; instead park land is managed through a system of zoning and regulations, regardless of existing ownership and use, to preserve 'scenic beauty.' Although this system faces numerous challenges, it contains a built-in mechanism for...
Community forests in Nepal are organized by government foresters, who enroll local forest resource users into Community Forest User Groups (CFUG). These identified users become the 'community' in community forestry. Because these users are defined by their relationship to forest resources, they...
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