VOL. 23 · NO. 2 | June 2021

M.L. Ávalos-Rodríguez, M.K. McCall, J. Špirić, M.I. Ramírez, J.J. Alvarado
International Forestry Review 23 (2), 127-138, (18 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554821832952807
KEYWORDS: indicators, forest governance, REDD+, public policies, climate change
M. Fayiah
International Forestry Review 23 (2), 139-150, (18 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554821832952744
KEYWORDS: Sierra Leone, forests vegetation, natural forests, forestry division, policies
S.Z. Goushehgir, J. Feghhi, J.L. Innes
International Forestry Review 23 (2), 151-167, (18 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554821832952735
KEYWORDS: Delphi method, fuzzy cognitive mapping, key performance indicator, Hyrcanian forests, centrality
C. Ofoegbu, C. Ifejika Speranza
International Forestry Review 23 (2), 168-181, (18 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554821832952762
KEYWORDS: Adaptation, mitigation, forestry, sustainability, climate change
L. Puri, I. Nuberg, B. Ostendorf, E. Cedamon
International Forestry Review 23 (2), 182-196, (18 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554821832952816
KEYWORDS: operational plans, subsistence use, forest user groups (FUGs), community forestry
Y.S. Rawat, A.T. Tekleyohannes
International Forestry Review 23 (2), 197-218, (18 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554821832952780
KEYWORDS: forest industry, forest products, productive factors, collective actions, tree planting, sustainable forest management
S. Tambe, L. French, C. Wyborn, L. Scarlett, R. Defries, H. Nagendra, H. Kulkarni, P. Srivastava, N.K. Agrawal, B.M.S. Rathore, G. Kinhal
International Forestry Review 23 (2), 219-229, (18 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554821832952771
KEYWORDS: public policy, policy engagement, policy spaces, power sharing, collaboration
R. Wahyudi, K.E Pellini, J.T. Haryanto, F. Zamzani
International Forestry Review 23 (2), 230-243, (18 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554821832952753
KEYWORDS: co-management, adaptive, FMU, forest governance, Indonesia
F. Yang, Y. Jiang, K.P. Paudel
International Forestry Review 23 (2), 244-261, (18 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554821832952799
KEYWORDS: theory of planned behavior, land use, afforestation, climate change, sustainable development
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