Climate change is now becoming a serious social and environmental problem of the world and development issue in developing countries. The decade long negotiation on climate change has progressed in policy debate but contributed less in terms of real action on ground.
Governance is the act of governing. Simply put "governance" means: the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented (or not implemented).
The study entitled “Assessing Governance in Community Forest User groups: A Case Study from Makwanpur district, Nepal”, was carried out as a partial fulfillment of Bsc forestry degree. The main purpose of the study was to assess and compare the governance of male and female headed Community Forest User Group (CFUG, hereafter).
The present study aims to investigate the performance governance of Sansaremai community forest user group (CFUG) of Makanpur district. We considered only two elements to identify overall condition of good governance, which in overall represent governance condition. This study utilized the primary data collected through field visit and other secondary sources e.g.
This course is supported by UKaid and is open to participants who have a key role in Nepalese forest governance. The course will be based in UK at the Centre for International Development and Training (CIDT) of University of Wolverhampton.
A human rights-based agenda has received significant attention in writings on general development policy, but less so in forestry. Forests and People presents a comprehensive analysis of the rights-based agenda in forestry, connecting it with existing work on tenure reform, governance rights and cultural rights.