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01 A forester talking about forests... (11/2014)

02 Forestry challenges in India-I. Strengths, achievements (12/2014)
03 Forestry challenges in India-II. Threats, opportunities

04 Forest conservation clearances in India-I. Features of the Forest (Conservation) Act,1980 (01/2015)
05 Forest conservation clearances in India-II. Avoiding fait accompli situations
06 Forest conservation clearances in India-III. The extraordinary difficulty of saying no
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07 Forestry and the Planning Commission-I. Forestry aspirations in the 12th Plan (02/2015)
08 Forestry and the Planning Commission-II. Internal consistency of outlays with aspirations
09 Forestry and the Planning Commission-III. External relevance of plan proposals to sector priorities and needs
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10 Applying Economics to Forestry-I: Strategic decisions in Indian forestry sector (02/2015)
11 Applying Economics to Forestry-II: Management decisions
12 Applying Economics to Forestry-III: Social weighting and management decisions
13 Applying Economics to Forestry-IV: Why foresters don’t listen to social scientists
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14 Decentralized governance and forests in India-I. Panchayati Raj and its discontents (04/2015)
15 The ‘village republics’. Decentralized governance and forests in India-II.
16 Village bodies in the historical record. Decentralized governance and forests in India-III.
17 Parallel community organisations and the panchayat. Decentralized governance and forests in India-IV.
18 Village conversations. Decentralized governance and forests in India-V.
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19 Climate Change Strategies and Forests in India-I. The climate change prognoses (06/2015)
20 Climate change and the logic of collective action. Climate Change Strategies and Forests in India-II.
21 Carbon sequestration through forestry (CDM-AR, REDD). Climate Change Strategies and Forests in India-III
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22 Managing the Compensatory Afforestation Fund in India-I. Background and the need for a bill. (10/2015)
23 Delegating the CAMPA fund to the states, and the prophecies of doom. Managing the Compensatory Afforestation Fund in India-II.
24 The fear of corruption. Managing the Compensatory Afforestation Fund in India-III.
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25 Land Acquisition Acts in India-I. Eminent domain and the colonial LA Act (11/2015)
26 Need for change and the new LARR Act, 2013. Land Acquisition Acts in India-II.
27 Discontents with LARR 2013 and amendments proposed, 2014. Land Acquisition Acts in India-III.
28 Comparison with forest legislation. Land Acquisition Acts in India-IV.
29 Operationalising LARR 2013. Land Acquisition Acts in India-V. 
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30 Forest Landscape Restoration in India- I.The concept of the ‘Landscape Approach’ in forest restoration. (01/2016)
31 Forest policy and the integrated approach. Forest Landscape Restoration in India -II.
32 Social Forestry: strengths and weaknesses. Forest Landscape Restoration in India-III.
33 Joint Forest Management (JFM) as precursor. Forest Landscape Restoration in India-IV.
34 Institutionalising change: Western Ghats Forestry Project. Forest Landscape Restoration in India-V.
35 Green India Mission (GIM): carbon with benefits. Forest Landscape Restoration in India-VI.
36 Process projects in a world of physical objectives. Forest Landscape Restoration in India-VII.
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37 Modernizing the Indian Forest Service-I. The crisis of confidence.(03/2016)
38 Forest service a classical Weberian bureaucracy. Modernizing the Indian Forest Service-II.
40 Scientific excellence and the forest service. Modernizing the Indian Forest Service-IV.
41 Specialization and structure of the forest service. Modernizing the Indian Forest Service-V.
42 Recruitment and training. Modernizing the Indian Forest Service-VI.
43 Forestry degree courses and employment prospects. Modernizing the Indian Forest Service-VII.
44 Forest research and the ICFRE. Modernizing the Indian Forest Service-VIII.
45 Documentation and communication. Modernizing the Indian Forest Service-IX.
46 Summary and conclusions. Modernizing the Indian Forest Service-X.
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