Villagers will have a stake in Indian forest

Percy, Steve
May 1991
New Scientist;5/25/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1770, p16
Discusses Britain's Overseas Development Administration's (ODA) plans to launch a new forestry project in the southern Indian state of Karnataka and asserts that the local people will have some say in managing the forest. Criticism of a former project known as the Karnataka Social Forestry Project; The area which the new project will cover; Chares of environmental colonialism; Concern about tribal residents; More.


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