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Forestry has been witness to some dramatic changes in recent years, with several Western countries now moving away from the traditional model of regarding forests merely as sources of wood. Rather these countries are increasingly recognizing their forests as multi-purpose resources with roles which go far beyond simple economics. In this innovative book, Sylvie Nail uses England as a case study to explore the relationships between forests, society and public perceptions, raising important questions about forest policy and management both now and in the future. Adopting a sociological approach to forest policy and management, the book discusses the current validity of the two principles underlying forestry since the Middle Ages: first, that forestry should only exist when no better use of the land can be made, and second, that forestry itself should be profitable. The author stresses how values and perceptions shape policies, and conversely how policies can modify perceptions, and also how policies can fail if they do not take perceptions into account. She concludes that many of the issues facing English forestry in the 21st century - from leisure, health and amenity provision, through education and rural as well as urban regeneration, to biodiversity conservation - go well beyond both national borders and the scope of forestry. Indeed forestry in the 21st century seems to be less about planting and managing trees than about being a vector and a mirror of social change.This novel synthesis provides a valuable resource for advanced students and researchers from all areas of natural resource studies, including those interested in social history, socio-economics, cultural geography and environmental psychology, as well as those studying landscape ecology, environmental history, policy analysis and natural resource management.

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Verschijningsjaar: 2010
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Auteur: Sylvie Nail
Titel: World Forests; Forest Policies and Social Change in England
Uitgeverij: Springer; Springer Netherland
329 Bladzijden
Verschijningsjaar: 2010-10-28
Dordrecht; NL
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Gewicht: 0,539 kg
Taal: Engels
213,99 € (DE)
219,99 € (AT)
236,00 CHF (CH)
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BC; Previously published in hardcover; Hardcover, Softcover / Biologie/Landwirtschaft, Gartenbau, Forstwirtschaft, Fischerei, Ernährung; Ökologie, Biosphäre; Verstehen; Forestry; Multi-purpose forestry; Social forestry; Structural Change; Urban forestry; biodiversity; ecology; forest; forest policy; national forest policy; utopia; Forestry Management; landscape/regional and urban planning; B; Forestry Management; Landscape/Regional and Urban Planning; Social Policy; Nature Conservation; Cultural Heritage; Forestry; Human Geography; Social Policy; Conservation Biology; Cultural Heritage; Biomedical and Life Sciences; Forstwirtschaft und Waldbau: Praxis und Techniken; Humangeographie; Sozialwesen und soziale Dienste; Kommunal-, Regional- Landes und Lokalregierung; Ökologie, Biosphäre; Umweltschutz; Kulturwissenschaften; Museums- und Denkmalkunde; BB

Introduction.- 1. Woodlands as landscapes of power. 1.1 British woodlands, from nature to culture. 1.1.1 The natural woodland. 1.1.2 The beginnings of cultivation. 1.2 Woodlands as spaces of exclusion. 1.2.1 The Forest Law. 1.2.2 Hunting as an aristocratic privilege. 1.2.3 Reactions and controversy. 1.3 The economic balance between agriculture and forestry. 1.3.1 Woodlands as residual land use. 1.3.2 The uses of wood and timber. 1.3.3 The beginnings of plantations. 1.4 Wooden walls and hearts of oak. 1.4.1 Political identity. 1.4.2 The oak and the navy. 1.4.3 Hardwoods and social status. 1.4.4 The aesthetics of tree-planting.- PART 1: THE INSTITUTIONALISATION OF FORESTRY. 2. New relationships with the woodland. 2.1 Agriculture in crisis. 2.1.1 The end of the landed aristocracy. 2.1.2 Changing needs in woodland products. 2.2 The emergence of scientific forestry. 2.2.1 The disappearance of amateurism. 2.2.2 Towards a national forest policy. 2.3 Urbanisation and the rural idyll. 2.3.1 The growth of cities. 2.3.2 ‘Urban hells’ versus forest heritage. 2.4 Woodland and leisure for the working-class. 2.4.1 The public park movement. 2.4.2 Woodlands for recreation.- 3. The productivist dream and its aftermath. 3.1 The traumatic context of World War I. 3.1.1 The Acland Committee. 3.1.2 The Forestry Commission at its beginnings. 3.1.3 The first international congresses. 3.2 Post-Second World War priorities. 3.2.1 Post-War Forestry Acts. 3.2.2 Economic priorities. 3.3 Waking up. 3.3.1 Acknowledging failure. 3.3.2 Structural changes. 3.4 New labour and the England forestry strategy. 3.4.1 Changing the emphasis of forestry. 3.4.2 Devolution and decentralisation.- 4. Widening the scope. 4.1 Amenity. 4.1.1 Landscaping the plantations. 4.1.2 Providing for leisure needs. 4.2 Conservation. 4.2.1 The ecological value of forests. 4.2.2 Protecting ancient woodlands. 4.3 Sustainability: a new preoccupation inforestry. 4.3.1 International policies. 4.3.2 The European dimension. 4.3.3 Sustainability in British forests. 4.4 Integrating all forestry missions. 4.4.1 Governmental policies. 4.4.2 From the global to the local.- 5. Forestry comes to town. 5.1 The origin of the concept. 5.1.1 Genesis and definitions. 5.1.2 Coming of age. 5.2 Importing the concept. 5.2.1 Urban living in Europe. 5.2.2 Research and education. 5.3 Urban forestry and Britain. 5.3.1 Building up a toolkit. 5.3.2 From resistance to acceptance. 5.4 Governmental involvement. 5.4.1 Raising awareness. 5.4.2 Local Government. 5.4.3 The creation of the Community Forests.- PART 2: MULTI-PURPOSE FORESTRY: ANOTHER NAME FOR UTOPIA? 6. The economy of postproductivist forestry: the impossible challenge? 6.1 The meanings of ‘profitability’. 6.1.1 Market benefits. 6.1.2 Non-market benefits. 6.1.3 New mechanisms. 6.2. New outlets for forest products. 6.2.1 Certification. 6.2.2 Niche markets. 6.3 The markets of recreation and tourism. 6.3.1 The ‘leisure explosion’. 6.3.2 Woodland and tourism.- 7. Phoenix reborn: the role of forestry in regeneration. 7.1 Rural regeneration. 7.1.1 Objectives and incentives. 7.1.2 Resistances. 7.1.3 Assessment. 7.2 Industrial and urban regeneration. 7.2.1 Rationale. 7.2.2 Strategies. 7.2.3 Landfill sites. 7.2.4 Mines and industrial sites. 7.2.5 The case of the National Forest. 7.2.6 Assessment.- 8. The contribution of woodlands to the environment. 8.1 The benefits of trees. 8.1.1 Absorption. 8.1.2 Regulation. 8.1.3 Protection. 8.2 The ‘field of dreams’. 8.2.1 Trendy trees and the corporate image. 8.2.2 Tree planting versus climate change: myths and realities. 8.2.3 The limits of ‘green power’. 8.2.4 Caring and choosing. 8.3 Tree planting and environmental law. 8.3.1 Complying with regulations and expectations. 8.3.2 Has the bubble burst?- 9. Social forestry and the health and education

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