Author: Michael John Lawes
Publisher: University of Natal Press
Indigenous Forests and Woodlands in South Africa: People, Policy and Practice provides an up-to-date review of current research and thinking on policies and practices affecting indigenous forests and woodlands in South Africa. Contributions are included from over eighty authors with broadly different perspectives, expertise and interests, including biologists, economists, sociologists, academics and practitioners. This book will prove useful to researchers, scientists and post-graduate students in southern Africa and further afield, as well as to non-governmental organisations, government officials, policy-makers, development practitioners and those involved in managing and conserving our indigenous forest and woodland heritage.