Who will save the forests?: knowledge, power, and environmental destruction
Zed Books, 1993 - Business & Economics - 195 pages
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Mortgaging the Earth: The World Bank, Environmental Impoverishment and the ...
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A systemsofknowledge analysis of deforestation
fields and forests
the Chipko Movement
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Abujhmarh activities agriculture Alakananda Valley alternative Brundtland Brundtland Report cent Centre chainsaw chapter Chattisgarhi Chipko Movement clear-cutting colonial commercial communities conflicts conservation conservation ethic contractors contrast corporations crews crop cultivation cycle cultural deforestation Delhi DGSS dialect ecological economic environment environmental fallow farmers farming Finland Finnish Forest Department forest industries forest land forest management forestry workers Garhwal groups growth Guha harvesting Hattuvaara hectares Hill Maria Himalaya household India industrialisation Irland knowledge system Kumaun labour loggers logging Maine Maine's Marglin mechanised migrants millet modernisation nature North Karelia officials Oksa organised ownership paper companies paper mills Parenteau 1986 peasant pendas period political population practices problems production programmes protest Rasimaki regeneration relationship rice cultivation role rural scientific forestry shifting cultivation Sivakka skidder social structure society Sonepur spruce system of knowledge Tehri timber traditional trees Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand village committees women wood World world-view