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Public participation in community forest policy in Thailand: The influence of academics as brokers
Danish journal of geography
This article focuses on the role of environmental movements that have an influence on state policies regarding community forestry in Thailand. It analyses how conflicts between the state and local people over the right to manage forest resources have ceased to be seen as isolated incidents, but as part of a structural shortcoming in Thai law. In so doing the article discusses the appearance of networks of actors who question the effectiveness of state control, and lobby for the establishment ofdoi:10.1080/00167223.2005.10649528 fatcat:27n453fjmzgvjhiuvmjppvh4wi