by Bharati Joshi Prodyut Bhattacharya, Bikash Chandra Saha Roy
Journal section: Theme Articles
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Accepted: Tue 28 of Sep., 2010
This article is the offshoot of an RWEDP/FAO sponsored case study entitled 'Forest and displaced people: fuelwood collection and trade as a first step survival strategy' undertaken by the Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal, India, in 1998-99. This study location, comprising three districts, is prone to the influx of a large number of people, who migrate under trauma and distress conditions, driven by the onslaught of natural and man-made catastrophes...
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