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Global Environmental Forest Policies: An International Comparison (The Earthscan Forest Library) 1st Edition

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Acknowledgements Part I: Setting the Scene 1. Introduction 2. Selection and Global Context of the Case Study Countries Part II: Regional Analyses 3. Canada and the United States 4. Western Europe: Finland, Germany, Portugal and Sweden 5. Asia: China, India, Indonesia and Japan 6. Eastern Europe: Latvia, Poland and the Russian Federation 7. Latin America: Brazil, Chile and Mexico 8. Oceania: Australia and New Zealand 9. Africa: The Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa Part III: Summary and Conclusions 10. Summary of Findings 11. Three Puzzles, a Conundrum, and a Question: Towards a Dynamic and Problem-Focused Policy Research Agenda Index

About the Author

Constance McDermott is a James Martin Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Tropical Forests and the Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University. 

Benjamin Cashore is a Professor of Environmental Governance at Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, USA. 

Peter Kanowski is Professor of Forestry at the Australian National University, where he is also Deputy Director of the new Fenner School of Environment and Society.

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