Policy Analysis Framework for Sustainable Forestry: National Forest Case Study
Abstract:Policy analysis contributes to sustainable forestry by defining forestry problems in social and decision contexts to generate sustainable management options through synthesis of multiple perspectives. Scale issues are accommodated by limiting analysis to a location appropriate to the problem and context, including institutional arrangements and spatial and temporal concepts of fairness perceived by stakeholders. Management policies for National Forest System lands produce some sustainability problems. Statutory changes offering improvement include legitimizing the modern integrated sustainable forest management concept and requiring inclusive, consensus-building processes for generating durable forestry project decisions.
Document Type: Regular Article
Affiliations: Professor Department of Forest Resources Director Policy Analysis Group, College of Natural Resources University of Idaho Sixth and Line Streets Moscow ID 83844–1134, Email: email@example.com
Publication date: March 1, 2004
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