2 edition of Exploring the forest-poverty link found in the catalog.
Exploring the forest-poverty link
|Statement||Arild Angelsen & Sven Wunder.|
|Series||CIFOR occasional paper -- 40|
|Contributions||Wunder, Sven., Center for International Forestry Research.|
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Exploring the Forest—Poverty Link: Key Concepts, Issues and Research Implications Arild Angelsen and Sven Wunder CIFOR Occasional Paper publishes the results of research that is particularly significant to tropical forestry. The content of each paper is peer reviewed internally and externally, and published simultaneously on the web in.
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Exploring the forest–poverty link: key concepts, issues and research implications This paper provides a global review of the link from forests to poverty alleviation. Definitions are clarified Exploring the forest-poverty link book the key concepts and indicators related to livelihoods and policy reduction and prevention are explored–distinguishing between the analysis and the measurements of by: Get this from a library.
Exploring the forest: poverty link: key concepts, issues and research implications. [Arild Angelsen; Sven Wunder]. Concepts: References and Further Reading Angelsen, A. and Wunder, S. Exploring the forest–poverty link: key concepts, issues and research implications.
Occasional Paper No. This paper provides a global review of the link from forests to poverty alleviation. Definitions are clarified and the key concepts and indicators related to livelihoods and policy reduction and prevention are explored--distinguishing between the analysis and the measurements of by: Exploring the Forest - Poverty Link: Key Concepts, Issues and Research Implications Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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Exploring the forest-poverty link: Key concepts, issues and research implications. CIFOR Occasional Paper No. 40, Bogor, Indonesia: Center for International Forestry Research. Exploring the forest-poverty link: new research findings. University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
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