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Tribals and Community Forest Management / Bandi, Madhusudan
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Tribals and Community Forest Management
Bandi, Madhusudan
 
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  Book ID : 41992
  ISBN-10 : 81-316-0577-9 / 8131605779
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-316-0577-6 / 9788131605776
  Place of Publication : Jaipur
  Year of Publication : 2013
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  274p., 23 cm.
   
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The history of forest governance and policies in India presents an interesting blend of conservation and exploitation of the forests. Notwithstanding several measures taken to prevent depletion of forests in the past, the destruction of forests has continued. This has not only destroyed the traditional institutions of managing forests, but has also caused gross ecological imbalances. The forest policy in India, with its colonial attributes, continues to look upon forest-dependent communities not only as aliens in their own lands ignoring their rights, but even treats them as destroyers of forests. Given this, the concept of community forest management (CFM) appeared towards the end of the twentieth century. But, even after two decades of the introduction of this idea in its present form in India, the outcome appears mixed with sporadic success.

Based on an empirical study undertaken to understand the practicality of the concept of CFM in the lives of the tribals and other forest-dwellers, the author suggests that, in many places, the community managing the forest themselves suffered from multiple handicaps. If lack of awareness and confidence to be on their own after being subjected to suppression for generations were the basic reasons, then the situation is found to be further complicated by intra-community conflicts and leadership deficiency allegedly inflicted upon them by the forest officials at the local level. The study, however, comes up with the possible features and characteristics required in the Indian setting for the success of CFM, in particular, and similar kind of natural resources management institutions, in general.

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