Special Section: The economies, ecologies and politics of social forestry in IndonesiaThe 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 conservation, and green economy. 

Published: Jan 19, 2019

The politics, economies, and ecologies of Indonesia’s third generation of social forestry: An introduction to the special section

Apr 30, 2019
152-170
Micah R. Fisher, Ahmad Dhiaulhaq, Muhammad Alif K. Sahide

What is success? Gaps and trade-offs in assessing the performance of traditional social forestry systems in Indonesia

Jan 19, 2019
1-21
Indah Waty Bong, Moira Moeliono, Grace Yee Wong, Maria Brockhaus

Examining forest economies: A case study of silk value chain analysis in Wajo District

Apr 25, 2019
22-33
Andi Gunawan Pratama, Supratman Supratman, Makkarennu Makkarennu

Identifying the determining factors of recreation demand in Kongar Lake of South Sumatera: An individual travel cost approach

Apr 23, 2019
34-48
Suhel Suhel, Abdul Bashir, Saadah Yuliana

Making the case for institutional support on designing agroforestry technology models for rehabilitating critical lands

Apr 23, 2019
49-63
Andi Nuddin, Muhammad Arsyad, Muhammad Ikbal Putera, Nuringsih Nuringsih, Temesgen Tilahun Teshome

Institutional Sustainability of a Community Conservation Agreement in Lore Lindu National Park

Apr 29, 2019
64-76
Sudirman Daeng Massiri, Bramasto Nugroho, Hariadi Kartodihardjo, Rinekso Soekmadi

Mainstreaming community-based forest management in West Sumatra: Social forestry arguments, support, and implementation

Apr 24, 2019
77-96
Ferdinal Asmin, Dudung Darusman, Iin Ichwandi, Didik Suharjito

Bridging social forestry and forest management units: Juxtaposing policy imaginaries with implementation practices in a case from Sulawesi

Apr 23, 2019
97-113
Tajuddin Tajuddin, Supratman Supratman, Darmawan Salman, Yusran Yusran

Community preferences for social forestry facilitation programming in Lampung, Indonesia

Apr 23, 2019
114-132
Christine Wulandari, Heni Kurniasih

Focusing on facilitation: Issues and challenges of capacity development in Indonesia’s social forestry reforms

Apr 25, 2019
133-136
Gamma Galudra

A reflection of Social Forestry in 2019: Towards inclusive and collaborative government approaches

Apr 23, 2019
137-140
Didik Suharjito, Christine Wulandari

Connecting social forestry to conservation policies in Tanah Papua

Apr 29, 2019
141-147
Sepus M. Fatem

The Manokwari Declaration: Challenges ahead in conserving 70% of Tanah Papua’s forests

Apr 7, 2019
148-151
Rodrigo Cámara-Leret, Yance de Fretes, Edwin Scholes, Timothy G. Laman, Patrick Roehrdanz, Lee Hannah, Jonathan McLeod, Larry A. Fisher, Richard Deverell, Gemma Bramley, Timothy Utteridge, Andre Schuiteman, Charlie Heatubun