Asia

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142

Incorporating social and sustainability aspects into econometrics of agroforestry: a case from South India

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In spite of the well known economic, social, and sustainability benefits of agroforestry systems, the adoption of agroforestry technologies continues to be very slow in developing countries. This is partly due to the design and implementation of agroforestry expansion programs, which rely heavily on the economic benefits and costs of agroforestry technologies, while the social and sustainability benefits remain unaccounted for. This paper is an attempt to incorporate social and sustainability benefits into the evaluation of agroforestry systems.

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December 2004

Land tenure and the management of land and trees: a comparative study of Asia and Africa

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December 2000

Navigating change: Second-generation challenges of small-scale fisheries co-management in the Philippines and Vietnam

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December 2012

Review of Gender and green governance: The Political economy of women's presence within and beyond community forestry by Bina Agarwal. New York: Oxford University Press

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December 2012