The Political Ecology of Forestry in Burma: 1824 - 1994
The author examines how the Burmese state has sought to control the country's forest activities, and the ways in which groups relying on the forest for their livelihood (loggers, transnational corporations, cultivators, peasants) have fought such control.
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Reserved Forests of Burma c 1923 100
Part H FROM LAISSEZFAIRE TO SCIENTIFIC
Control and Resistance 18561881
The Era of Expansion 18821901
The Era of Consolidation 19021922
FIGHTING OVER THE FORESTS
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Multifunctional Agriculture: A Transition Theory Perspective
G. A. Wilson
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