Forest Management 3: Local Rights and Traditional Knowledge

Type: Paper
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Sponsor Groups: Indigenous Peoples Specialty Group, Human Dimensions of Global Change Specialty Group, Ethics, Justice, and Human Rights Specialty Group
Organizers: RDK Herman
Chairs: Sara Maxwell

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Presenter Reem Hajjar*, Oregon State University, Compromising local rights, and other contradictions, in community forestry Johan Oldekop, University of Sheffield, Compromising local rights, and other contradictions, in community forestry 20
Presenter Sajal Roy*, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University, Revisiting livelihood at the Sundarbans Forest: intersectional analyses of livelihood-seeking behaviours after cyclone Aila 20
Presenter Abhineety Goel*, FLAME University, A tradeoff for whom? Labor Dynamics and Compensatory Conservation in India 20
Presenter Torsten Krause*, Lund University, Defaunation as the Damocles sword in forest governance - Traditional knowledge and local hunting practices in the Western Amazon 20
Presenter Sara Maxwell*, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Photosynthesizing Members of the ‘Parliament of Things:’ Plants’ Roles in the North Carolina Tuscarora Sovereignty Struggle 20

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