Human dimensions of adaptive forest management

This study draws on international experience with adaptive management to consider lessons for woodland management in the UK.

Adaptive management is a systematic approach to learning from innovative resource management. Many of the challenges for implementation are social, particularly communication and decision-making among diverse stakeholders, and change to organisational learning culture.

Some examples of innovation in British forestry provide entry points for a more adaptive approach in the UK. The specific conditions in the UK suggest that learning networks could be a useful way forward.

Apellidos Autor / Organizaci贸n: 
Forest Research
Actividades: 
Administraci贸n forestal
脕mbito: 
Internacional
Entidad: 
Asociaci贸n
Tipo de Publicaci贸n: 
Bolet铆n Oficial
Idioma: 
English
A帽o de Publicaci贸n: 
2011
N潞 de P谩ginas: 
2