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    Godsend, sleight of hand or just muddling through: joint water and forest management in India

    Natural Resource Perspectives, ODI, 2000
    This paper lays out the complex politics underpinning joint management and identifies the potential for, and route towards more, if gradual, decentralisation in the future.The paper draws the following conclusions: Conventional analyses of joint management are rooted in organisational theory; their apolitical character severely limits their explanatory powerJoint management arrange
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    Special report on land use, land use change and forestry: summary for policymakers [climate change]

    Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 2000
    Reviews the current understanding of the relationship between land use (especially forestry), carbon dioxide emissions and the Kyoto Protocol agreementsTopics cover: how the global carbon cycle operates, and how this relates to forestry activitiesaccounting rulescomparison of the usefulness of models and ground-based assessments of changes in carbon stocksshort term prospect
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    Climate Change: post Kyoto perspectives from the South (Chapter 4)

    Tata Energy Research Institute, India, 1998
    The Kyoto Protocol has been hailed as providing a major breakthrough in climate change negotiations. However, some questions do arise:What are some of its major achievements?How does the developing world view this?This publication attempts to answer these questions and assesses the post-Kyoto developments from the perspective of developing countries.
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    Climate Change: Post-Kyoto Perspectives from the South

    Tata Energy Research Institute, India, 1998
    The Kyoto Protocol has been hailed as providing a major breakthrough in climate change negotiations. However, some questions do arise:What are some of its major achievements?How does the developing world view this?This publication attempts to answer these questions and assesses the post-Kyoto developments from the perspective of developing countries.
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    Good practices in drylands management

    Dryland Program, World Bank, 1999
    The objectives of this study are to analyze and synthesize the experience of the World Bank and other agencies in dryland management, with special emphasis on Africa.Recommendations are provided on "good policies and practices" in drylands management, which can support actions to fulfil obligations arising from the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (CCD) for member countries a
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    Special report on emissions scenarios

    Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 2001
    In 1992 the IPCC released emission scenarios to be used for driving global circulation models to develop climate change scenarios. The so-called IS92 scenarios were pathbreaking. They were the first global scenarios to provide estimates for the full suite of greenhouse gases. Much has changed since then in our understanding of possible future greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.
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    Aviation and global atmosphere

    Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 2001
    This Special Report was prepared following a request from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the Parties to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.
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    IPCC WGI third assessment report: summary for policymakers

    Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 2001
    The Third Assessment Report of Working Group I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) builds upon past assessments and incorporates new results from the past five years of research on climate change.
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    Property rights, collective action and technologies for natural resource management: a conceptual framework

    CGIAR System-wide Program on Property Rights and Collective Action, 1998
    Explores how the institutions of property rights and collective action play a particularly important role in the application of technologies for agricultural and natural resource management.Technologies with long time frames tend to require tenure security to provide sufficient incentives for adoption, while those that operate on a large spatial scale will require collective action to coordinat
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    Labour standards and social codes of conduct: what do they mean for the forestry industry?

    Natural Resources Institute, UK, 2000
    In recent years labour standards have risen up the policy agenda. Conventions agreed at the International Labour Organisation, some decades ago, have acquired an increased resonance. This paper discusses core labour standards and the statutory and voluntary mechanisms by which they are being implemented.

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