Land and Forest Tenure in Laos: Baseline Overview 2016 with Options for Community Participation in Forest Management

This review describes seven sets of processes that influence this context, and therefore shape land and forest tenure in contemporary Laos. These include:
1. Macro-scale forest management,
2. Village-scale zoning and land-use planning,
3. Large-scale investment and infrastructure,
4. Individual land titling,
5. Smallholder cash cropping and contract farming,
6. Community-oriented forestry including but not limited to REDD+, and
7. Community-scale land titling and other forms of tenure recognition.

File name: VFTenure_Dwyer_FAO-Final (2) (405493).pdf
File Location: REDD+ resources, papers and publications / UN-REDD Programme: resources, papers and publications / Land and Forest Tenure in Laos: Baseline Overview 2016 with Options for Community Participation in Forest Management
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Publish Date: Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Upload Date: Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Author: Michael Dwyer
Owner: Akiko Inoguchi
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