Identifying Land-Forestry Policy Levers from Participatory Understanding of Drivers of Forest Conversion uri icon

abstract

  • Forest conversion in Indonesia is always considered as one the most important source of environmental services degradation in the country. Although a lot of effort has been conducted, ineffective action is often occurred because of failure to understand the right drivers of forest conversion. We use the Driverââ?¬â??Pressureââ?¬â??Stateââ?¬â??Impactââ?¬â??Response (DPSIR) framework in a multistake holder-participatory processes to identify the most suitable responses to address forest conversion in three provinces of Indonesia: South Sumatra (SS), East Kalimantan (EK) and Papua

publication date

  • 2016