Anticipating change: scenarios as a tool for adaptive forest management: a guide
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Wollenberg, E., Edmunds, D., Buck, L. 2000. Anticipating change: scenarios as a tool for adaptive forest management: a guide . Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR. 38p.
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Scenario methods can be used to anticipate the future and expand the creativity of people thinking about complex forest management situations. This manual describes the use of scenarios with multiple stakeholders, with examples drawn from community-based forest management. Four classes of scenario methods are described: visions, projections, pathways and alternative scenarios. Examples of rapid participatory techniques relevant to scenario methods are also summarised. It is hoped that these methods will be useful in bringing together different groups of people concerned about forest management to exchange views, expand the realm of decision possibilities and reach more innovative solutions.
SubjectsFOREST GOVERNANCE AND COMMUNITY FORESTRY;
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