Local perceptions and indigenous institutions as forms of social performance for sustainable forest management in Bhutan

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Author(s): Wangchuck, Sanjay
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Wangchuck, Sanjay. Local perceptions and indigenous institutions as forms of social performance for sustainable forest management in Bhutan. (1997). http://dx.doi.org/10.3929/ethz-a-001859907

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Title Local perceptions and indigenous institutions as forms of social performance for sustainable forest management in Bhutan
Author(s) Wangchuck, Sanjay
Publication Place Zurich
Publication Date 1997
Notes Diss. Naturwiss. ETH Zürich, Nr. 12217, 1997. Ref.: F. Schmithüsen ; Korref.: K. Seeland ; Korref.: M. Menzi
Language English
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.3929/ethz-a-001859907
Subject(s) Agriculture, General
Forestry (incl. Hunting)
Keyword(s) SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY
FOREST POLICY
MEANING AND FUNCTION OF FORESTS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROBLEMS
POVERTY
SOCIAL PROBLEMS
CENTRAL ASIA. KINGDOM OF BHUTAN
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