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Institutions, livelihoods and the environment: change and response in Mainland Southeast Asia

Author: Straub, Andrea Corporate author: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Series: Nordic proceedings in Asian studies ; 6 Publisher: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 2001.Language: EnglishDescription: 421 p. : Graphs ; 21 cm.ISBN: 8787062984Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Print GE140.44 .A I67 2001
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Includes bibliographical references


Institutions, Livelihoods and the Environment Change and Response in Mainland Southeast Asia Contents Boxes, Figures and Tables INTRODUCTION 1 by Per Ronnås CHAPTER ONE 7 Social and Economic Impacts of Road Development in the Uplands of the Lao PDR by Souphab Khouangvichit, Boun Oum Siripholdej and Mikkel Funder 17 The Social and Environmental Dimensions of Changes in Land Use in the Ca River Basin, Vietnam by Tran Duc Vien, Pham Thi Huong and Michael Schultz Rasmussen CHAPTER TWO CHAPTER THREE 33 An Institutional Analysis of Changes in Land Use Pattern and Water Scarcity in Dak Lak Province, Vietnam by Alia Ahmad CHAPTER FOUR 67 Increasing Pressure on Scarce Resources: Land Distribution and Landlessness in Cambodia by Sik Boreak CHAPTER FIVE 101 Land Belongs to the Ancestors ­ Land Belongs to the State: Conflicts between Customary Law among the Highland Minorities and National Law Regarding Land Rights and Natural Resources in Vietnam by Claes Corlin CHAPTER SIX 129 Ecosystem Management in Northern Thailand by Mingsarn Santikarn Kaosa-ard CHAPTER SEVEN 169 Environmental Consciousness among Ethnic Minorities in Yunnan, China: Traditional Local Agreements and their Modern Reappearance by Harald Bøckman CHAPTER EIGHT 187 Regional Forces, Decentralisation and Local Responses: Institutions for Natural Resource Management in the Uplands of Mainland Southeast Asia by Nathan Badenoch and Mairi Dupar CHAPTER NINE 211 Reconstructing the Mekong River Commission by Janne Jokinen CHAPTER TEN 243 Is Sustainable Agriculture in Thailand Feasible? by Mogens Buch-Hansen 273 An Actor-based Approach to Understanding Stakeholders in Environmental Management in Southeast Asia Today: Some Methodological Considerations by Soren Lund CHAPTER TWELVE 285 Learning from Rural Development Programmes in Cambodia by Chim Charnya, Srun Pithou, So Sovannarith, John McAndrew, Nguon Sokunthea, Pon Dorina and Robin Bidduplh CHAPTER THIRTEEN 347 Addressing Anarchy: Decentralisation and Natural Resource Management in Ratanakiri Province, Upland Cambodia by Sith Samath, Pia Wallgren and Joakim Ojendal CHAPTER ELEVEN CHAPTER FOURTEEN 387 Beyond Community: Governance and Livelihood Development in Mountain Watersheds of Southwest China by Xu Jianchu CHAPTER FIFTEEN 399 Decentralisation in Northern Vietnam: Village Development Funds in the Mountain Rural Development Programme by Bent D. Jorgensen, Cecilia Bergstedt, Do Phuong Thao and Nguyen Quang Dung CONTRIBUTORS 419

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