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Community-based Natural Resource Management in Southeast Asia

by Portal Web Editor last modified Jan 10, 2013 11:52 AM

The goal of the recent stocktaking exercise in the Philippines and also one from last year in Indonesia was to identify enabling conditions, impacts, best practices and lessons linked to successful community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) and forest management in different locations across the two countries. The intention was to isolate the factors that have led to success across a broad array of ecological and socio-cultural conditions. Our vision is that these finding will help to inform a broad-based discussion of ways in which the policy framework and the implementation mechanisms for forest management in Indonesia, and natural resource management in the Philippines can be improved. A broader, overarching goal is that these studies and discussions will help to identify universal or global principles for development and implementation of successful CBNRM.

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