Extractive Reserves in Brazilian Amazonia: Local Resource Management and the Global Political Economy
Despite their growing political significance, the linkages between local resource management and the global political economy are often poorly understood. This book addresses these linkages in a grounded analysis of "extractive reserves": areas in Brazil set aside for local populations who depend on natural resources for their livelihood.
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