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    Sustainable community forest management in local development : community practice, people participation and the success of forest conservation 

    Pornthep Sritanatorn; Pairote Pathranarakul, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)

    Community forest is an evolving and dynamic concept, which underlines the significance of process of local people’s participation. The concept has been widely accepted and implemented in numerous forest countries such as Nepal, India, Bhutan, Philippine, Vietnam, etc. In accordance with the concept, forests are perceived as a valuable asset and belonged to local community itself. In light of this notion, accountability in conserving forest is not particularly narrowed to government officials as it was in the past, but the local people in community ...