‘Glocalizing’ land-use and forest governance in the tropics: examining research partnerships and international forest policies affecting Brazil, DRC and Indonesia | Land Portal
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February 2023
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Copyright: © 2023 Kanashiro Uehara T et al.

Glocalizing land-use and forest governance implies in advancing equitable research partnerships between institutions in the Global South and Global North, and strengthening a community of practice for critical enquiry and engagement in partnerships for sustainable development. Land-use, climate and forest governance mechanisms must redress power dynamics, and partnership models, and commit to improving well-being and sustainable livelihood outcomes.

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Thiago Kanashiro Uehara, Florie Chazarin, Louise Nakagawa, Ariane Favareto, Tamara Tobias, Arilson Favareto, Rigobert Minani, Bramasto Nugroho, Fitta Setiajiati, Silfi Iriyani, Damayanti Buchori, Chiara Chiavaroli,

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