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Community natural resource management and poverty in India : evidence from Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh / Shashidharan Enarth, Jharna Pathak, Amita Shah, Madhu Verma, John R. Wood.
Contributor(s): Pathak, Jharna [author.] | Shah, Amita [author.] | Verma, Madhu [author.] | Wood, John R [author.].Material type: BookPublisher: New Delhi, India : SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, 2016Description: xxiv, 414 pages : illustrations (black and white), maps (black and white) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789351506522 (hbk.).Subject(s): Natural resources -- India -- Gujarat -- Management -- Citizen participation | Natural resources -- India -- Madhya Pradesh -- Management -- Citizen participation | Poverty -- India -- Gujarat | Poverty -- India -- Madhya PradeshDDC classification: 333.70954 ENA Also available as an e-book.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-402) and index.
PrefaceCNRM in India: The Problem and the Context John R WoodComparative CNRM: From Concepts to Field Research John R Wood, Shashidharan Enarth and Amita ShahParticipatory Irrigation Management in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh: When and How Can It Benefit the Poor? Shashidharan EnarthResource Management and Poverty in Gujarat's and Madhya Pradesh's Inland Fisheries: Hopeful Opportunities and Hard Realities Jharna PathakParticipatory Watershed Development Projects in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh: Do They Impact Poverty? Amita ShahPoverty Reduction and the Community Management of Forests: The Experience of Joint Forest Management Institutions Madhu VermaConclusion: Comparing CNRM Institutions and Their Impact on Poverty in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh John R WoodCNRM and Poverty in India: The Way Forward John R WoodGlossaryReferences and Select BibliographyIndex
Community Natural Resource Management in India is the most effective, equitable and sustainable policy for India's rural development.
Also available as an e-book.