VOLUME 3 ISSUE 1, APRIL 2019

Special Section: The economies, ecologies and politics of social forestry in Indonesia

The first article is available online since January 19, 2019.

The numerous social forestry permits being signed across Indonesia provide a timely area of inquiry. Evidence-based studies are still lacking on the processes and effects of the current policy imperative. Can social forestry achieve its promise of alleviating poverty, empowering communities and improving forest governance? And if so, in what ways? Additionally, few studies are available on the role of social forestry in responding to the broader and more contemporary issues such as climate change mitigation and adaptation, forest landscape and peatland restoration, global demands for sustainable value chains, timber legality, and green economy. 

Table of Contents

Special Section: The economies, ecologies and politics of social forestry in Indonesia

Micah R. Fisher, Ahmad Dhiaulhaq, Muhammad Alif K. Sahide
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152-170
Indah Waty Bong, Moira Moeliono, Grace Yee Wong, Maria Brockhaus
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1-21
Andi Gunawan Pratama, Supratman Supratman, Makkarennu Makkarennu
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22-33
Suhel Suhel, Abdul Bashir, Saadah Yuliana
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34-48
Andi Nuddin, Muhammad Arsyad, Muhammad Ikbal Putera, Nuringsih Nuringsih, Temesgen Tilahun Teshome
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49-63
Sudirman Daeng Massiri, Bramasto Nugroho, Hariadi Kartodihardjo, Rinekso Soekmadi
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64-76
Ferdinal Asmin, Dudung Darusman, Iin Ichwandi, Didik Suharjito
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77-96
Tajuddin Tajuddin, Supratman Supratman, Darmawan Salman, Yusran Yusran
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97-113
Christine Wulandari, Heni Kurniasih
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114-132
Gamma Galudra
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133-136
Didik Suharjito, Christine Wulandari
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137-140
Sepus M. Fatem
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141-147
Rodrigo Cámara-Leret, Andre Schuiteman, Timothy Utteridge, Gemma Bramley, Richard Deverell, Larry A. Fisher, Jonathan McLeod, Lee Hannah, Patrick Roehrdanz, Timothy G. Laman, Edwin Scholes, Yance de Fretes, Charlie Heatubun
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148-151