Forests, Environment, and Tribal Economy: Deforestation, Impoverishment, and Marginalisation in Orissa
Indian Social Institute, 1988 - Deforestation - 363 pages
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The Methodology of the Study and the Main Characteristics of the Sample
Shifting Cultivation and Deforestation
Firewood Tribals and Deforestation
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agricultural amount average bamboo become belong Castes causes cent collection Consequently consumed cover decades deforestation demand dependence deprived destroyed destruction difference displaced district earn economic ensure example exploitation extent fact firewood forced Forest Department forest dwellers forestry fruits fuel give given Government hectares Hence higher important income increased India indicate industrial interests Kalahandi Koraput labour land leaves less living lower classes major mentioned middle moneylenders natural needs noticed officials organisations Orissa past persons plantation planted podu podu cultivation poor population practice present preservation produce programmes protection raw material remaining requirements respondents result rural sample Scheduled seeds sell shifting cultivation shows situation social soil species Table taken timber tion traditional trees tribals Tribes upper village