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... of their responsibilities for sustainable forest management and sustainable
development. This relates to the protection of nature and environment in their
forest operations, including the protection of water quality, and also their
awareness of the importance of the use of renewable resources from f ...
The West Africa Forest-Farm Interface Project (WAFFI)
... Their livelihoods integrate agriculture, forestry, livestock and natural
resource management making it difficult to separate agricultural land
use from forest and tree use. Unfortunately, these smallholder systems
are often poorly accommodated by policies and programs that treat
forests and agricult ...
i. The land after Jhooming is never released and put to continued
... Geographical, social, cultural, historical and institutional factors suggest
that the North Eastern Region (NER) represents a world in itself. The life in this
region is rooted in its diverse land tenures which exhibit strong inter-State and
intra-regional variations. Each of the tribal communities ...
Forestry laws govern activities in designated forest lands, most commonly with respect to forest management and timber harvesting. Ancillary laws may regulate forest land acquisition and prescribed burn practices. Forest management laws generally adopt management policies, such as multiple use and sustained yield, by which public forest resources are to be managed. Governmental agencies are generally responsible for planning and implementing forestry laws on public forest lands, and may be involved in forest inventory, planning, and conservation, and oversight of timber sales. Broader initiatives may seek to slow or reverse deforestation.