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  • ISBN: 0754612333
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  • Author: Tim Bayliss-Smith,Edvard Hviding
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (May 28, 2000)
  • Pages: 404 pages
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Published online by Cambridge University Press: 17 May 2001.

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ByEdvard Hviding, Tim Bayliss-Smith. Hviding, . Bayliss-Smith, T. (2000). First Published 2000. While issues such as logging, eco-timber, eco-tourism have been widely analyzed from an outsider’s perspective, this book considers them from the local people’s viewpoint, in terms of a long history of the rainforest uses. The authors demonstrate that the relationship of indigenous people to the tropical forest is not essentially timeless, nor is it primarily spiritual or mystical.

By Edvard Hviding, Tim Bayliss-Smith. Standing at the intersection of anthropology, historical geography and rainforest ecology, and also at the interface of the local and the global, this ethnographically grounded study dispels a number of commonly held assumptions. Professor Paul Sillitoe, University of Durham, UK ’In Islands of Rainforest an anthropologist and biologist join their knowledge to that of the local people living in the forests, allowing us for the first time to know a tropical rainforest from the inside, as a lived environment, with history.

Agroforestry, Logging and Eco-tourism in Solomon Islands, by Edvard Hviding and Tim Bayliss-Smith These two books about forest use in Solomon Islands persuasively argue for something more difficult and more.

Islands of Rainforest: Agroforestry, Logging and Eco-tourism in Solomon Islands, by Edvard Hviding and Tim Bayliss-Smith. s oas Studies in Development Geography. Burlington, v t : Ashgate Publishing, 2000. isbn 0 ­ 7546 ­12333, xvii + 371 pages, illustrations (figures, plates, maps), notes, glossary, bibliography, index. Most of us are familiar with the exhortation, Think Globally, Act Locally! which often appears in the company of other peremptory statements about how to change the world, including how to save tropical rain forests.

Edvard Hviding, Tim Bayliss-Smith. also makes the book a valuable reference source

Edvard Hviding, Tim Bayliss-Smith. Routledge Published January 16, 2019 Reference - 404 Pages ISBN 9781138712270 - CAT Y324668. also makes the book a valuable reference source. they have produced a superb study. The Geographical Journal.

Islands of rainforest: agroforestry, logging and eco-tourism in Solomon Islands. Marine tenure and resource development in Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands: Traditional knowledge, use and management of marine resources, with implications for contemporary. E Hviding, T Bayliss-Smith. Rainforest composition and histories of human disturbance in Solomon Islands. T Bayliss-Smith, E Hviding, T Whitmore. Marine tenure and resource development in Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands: Traditional knowledge, use and management of marine resources, with implications for contemporar. Hviding. Centre for Development Studies, University of Bergen, 1988. Traditional knowledge possessed by the fishers of Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands, concerning fish aggregating behaviour.

Islands of Rainforest : Agroforestry, Logging and Eco-Tourism in Solomon Islands. This title was first published in 2000: An original and thought-provoking analysis of modern initiatives in the tropical rain forest. by Edvard Hviding and Tim Bayliss-Smith.

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This title was first published in 2000:An original and thought-provoking analysis of modern initiatives in the tropical rain forest. While issues such as logging, eco-timber, eco-tourism have been widely analyzed from an outsider’s perspective, this book considers them from the local people’s viewpoint, in terms of a long history of the rainforest uses. The authors demonstrate that the relationship of indigenous people to the tropical forest is not essentially timeless, nor is it primarily spiritual or mystical. It is in fact firmly connected to modern realities, while still being rooted in historical beliefs and practices. Standing at the intersection of anthropology, historical geography and rainforest ecology, and also at the interface of the local and the global, this ethnographically grounded study dispels a number of commonly held assumptions. It reveals how processes of ’impact’ are actually two-way interactions, as local communities in Melanesia incorporate industries like logging into rapidly evolving post-colonial society and economy.

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