Comanagement in practice : the challenges and complexities of implementation in the Northern Sierra Madre Mountain Region / edited by Denyse J. Snelder and Eileen C. Bernardo.
Contributor(s): Snelder, Denyse J [editor] | Bernardo, Eileen C [editor].Material type: BookPublisher: Quezon City : Ateneo de Manila University Press, ©2005Copyright date: ©2005Description: xvi, 302 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789715504829 (paperback).Subject(s): Natural resources -- Northern Sierra Madre Mountain Region -- Management
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"Published in cooperation with Cagayan Valley Programme on Environment and Development (CVPED) at partnership institution of Isabela State University and Leiden University based in the Philippines."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Comanagement of Natural Resources: Introduction ; Indigenous Peoples and Tropical rain Forest Management: Global discourses, Local Dilemmas ; Environmental Comanagement in the Philippines: a Policy Challenge from the Perspective of Political Ecology ; Of Corn, Community, and Contraband: Comanagement amd the Causes of Deforestation in the Sierra Madre ; Biophysical Perspective on Comanagement of Natural Resources ; Managing the Coastal Resources of the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park ; Comanagement of the Environment through the Socialized Industrial Forest Management Agreement: The San Mariano Experience ; Adaptive Strategies of the Cagayan Agta in Response to External Interventions ; The Agta Foragers in the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park: Ancestral Domains in Theory and Practice ; Community-based Forest Management for Indigenous Peoples : Strengths and Pitfalls ; Rethinking Comanagement of Natural Resources: Some Considerations and Future Perspectives.