Fig. 1 Repeat photgraphs of Charikot, Dolakha District
September 29th, 2014

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Trees: Measuring the impacts of Nepal’s community forestry programme through repeat imagery

Who better to take care of the world’s forests than the people who live in and directly depend on them? Over the past 30 years, most developing countries have transitioned toward a decentralized system of forest management that gives local communities greater rights and responsibilities. Globally, land management rights for at least 10% (approximately 400 […]