Law Enforcement in Community Forestry: Consequences for the Poor

@article{Chhetri2011LawEI,
  title={Law Enforcement in Community Forestry: Consequences for the Poor},
  author={Bir Bahadur Khanal Chhetri and Helle Overgaard Larsen and C. Smith-Hall},
  journal={Small-scale Forestry},
  year={2011},
  volume={11},
  pages={435-452}
}
Decentralised forest management is believed to hold potential for increased economic and social equity. Implications of the associated local forest law enforcement on livelihoods, however, are not well understood. This paper explores the impacts of local forest law enforcement with a focus on the poorest forest users in community-managed forests. A case study including 14 community forest groups in western Nepal was conducted in 2008. Methods included review of archival data, a stakeholder… CONTINUE READING

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