Policy That Works for Forests and People
Real Prospects for Governance and Livelihoods
Routledge – 2004 – 352 pages
Series: The Earthscan Forest Library
Since its original publication by the International Institute for Environment and Development in 1999, Policy That Works for Forests and People has been recognised as the most authoritative study to date of policy processes that affect forests and people. Providing a thorough analysis of the issues, options and factors that determine different outcomes and bolstered by a major annex containing tools and tactics, the book offers clear and practical advice on how to formulate, manage and implement policies appropriate to different contexts. These are policies that result in real improvements in the governance, use and economic benefits that can flow from forests to those who depend upon them. This book is essential reading for policy-makers, forestry practitioners and academics and students in all areas of forest policy, management and governance.
Foreword * Key Messages * Acknowledgements * Acronyms and Abbreviations * Introduction * Forests, People and Power - the Scene the Players and the Drama * Policy That Works for Forests and People - a Collaborative Project Approach * Policy in the Real World - Themes in Failure and Success * International Policy Trends and Initiatives - Their Implications for Forests and People * Conclusions * Annex 1 - Doing Policy Work * Annex 2 - Country Team Action Frameworks * Bibliography * Index
James Mayers is Director of the Forestry and Land Use Programme at the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). Stephen Bass is Chief Environment Adviser at the UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID).