Forest Futures

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Author : Antje Linkenbach
Pages : 329
Edition : 2007

Discusses prominent representation of Chipko in relation to local histories of resistance, local representational contestations, and local forest practices-all set against a backdrop of local reflections on Chipko and its aftermath. Argues that the issues of forest control and sustainable forest use have to be seen in the context of concerns about social and economic development, regional autonomy, and imaginations of preferred futures among people actually resident in the region.

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