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Strengthening Forest Management in Indonesia through Land Tenure Reform
Issues and Framework for Action
Arnoldo Contreras-Hermosilla, Chip Fay - Forest Trends, World Agroforestry Centre
The purpose of this analysis is to help policy makers and the many stakeholders in Indonesia develop a vision and a plan to advance tenure reforms and strengthen forest management systems. Its intention is to contribute to ongoing efforts to formulate a new paradigm for forest management in Indonesia. It focuses primarily on the fundamental question of the legal and biophysical rationale upon which the concept of the State Forest Zone is based. This analysis addresses the question of land ownership and sustainable forest resource management. It challenges the widely accepted view that the government, through the Department of Forestry, has jurisdiction over land administration within the Forest Zone.
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|Release Date:||November 2005|
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