Occasional Papers

Occasional Papers


Number 26

Forest governance scholarship for the real world: Building strategic insights through policy learning
Issues & Options Briefs on Forest Policy

Cover page - updated version

Can REDD+ Safeguards Promote Indigenous Resource Rights? Lessons and Strategic Insights from Peru
Authors: Mona Wang, Ingrid J. Visseren-Hamakers, Wil de Jong and Benjamin Cashore

Bridging Certification and Community Forestry through NTFPs: A Case Study from Nepal
Authors: Naazia Ebrahim, Poshendra Satyal Pravat, David Humphreys and Jeremy Rayner

Can Legality Verification Combat Illegal Logging in Brazil? Strategic Insights for Policy Makers and Advocates
Authors: Gabriela Bueno and Benjamin Cashore

Can Legality Verification Combat Illegal Logging in Indonesia? Strategic Insights for Policy Makers and Advocates
Authors: Erica Pohnan and Michael Stone

Moving Beyond Commitments: Creating Durable Change through the Implementation of APP’s Forest Conservation Policy
Authors: Urs Dieterich and Graeme Auld

How Can Liberia's Government Prevent Private Use Permits from Degrading Liberia's Forests?
Author: Akiva Fishman

 

Citation: Benjamin Cashore, Editor. 2013. Forest governance scholarship for the real world: Building
strategic insights through policy learning
. International Union of Forest Research Organizations
Occasional Paper Series, Vienna.

ISBN 978-3-902762-11-5
ISSN 1024-414X