Development Cooperation Policy in Forestry from an Analytical Perspective
Any reader eager to gain a comprehensive insight into forest development policy, praxis and reality shouldn’t miss this excellent publication. Hard to find a comparable reading where the author is digging as deep into Forest Development Policy.
The author discovered numerous highly relevant theories as well as inspiring cases about forests and people from around the world, focusing on ‘change’ rather than ‘development’ and on the role of various actors in creating or preventing ‘change’. The exciting results uncover reality and lead to inspiring discussions on concepts of development cooperation.
All individual theoretical arguments and empirical proofs are well based and shed light into the political process of Forest Development Policy. The book is an essential contribution to scholarly debate and research on forestry in the South, and its relations to development cooperation, for both, readers with theoretical and practice related interests.
An analytical approach providing the reader with a comprehensive insight to many realities of forest development cooperation, its role and relevancy and the actors able to have an impact on changeProviding high-level analysis and grass-root level, practical examples, enabling the reader to grasp a complex matterContains more than 30 colour illustrations/tables