Extending Successful Community-Based Forest Management in Response to Climate Change

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Extending Successful Community-Based Forest
Management in Response to Climate Change
This meeting brings together researchers and policy makers
from Australia, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, and Viet Nam.
It addresses the tension between development of natural
forestry resources and the need to reduce emissions from
deforestation and forest degradation.
Unresolved issues include:
o alternative livelihoods for forest-dependent communities;
o governance/land tenure;
o financial mechanisms for participation in global carbon
Workshop Venue
Raffles Hotel Le Royal
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Workshop Dates
Wednesday 25 May and
Thursday 26 May, 2011
economies;
o spatial planning; and
o legal and regulatory frameworks
These issues will be addressed in a two-day workshop including
case study analyses. An emphasis will be on the identification
and evaluation of cost effective and realistic policy alternatives.
For further information, please contact:
Simon J. Rowntree, Outreach Officer
Monash Sustainability Institute
Building 74, MSC, Monash University
Wellington Road, CLAYTON VIC 3800
Tel: +61 3 9902 0730
E-mail: [email protected]
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