Development and Local Knowledge: New Approaches to Issues in Natural Resources Management, Conservation, and Agriculture

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have previously argued that the Occidental donors could carry on their fight with the Oriental loggers by the simple expedient of persuading the national government to cease the dispensation of timber permits in areas which are known to be rich in biodiversity, without necessarily having to fund conservation projects in those areas (Filer and Sekhran 1998:257-258). The World Bank has actually used its own financial leverage to wrap increasing volumes of red tape around a forest industry which it now regards as a threat to the values of good governance (Filer, Dubash and Kalit 2000), and in this respect, it has helped to create the physical space in which conservation projects are freed from the necessity of competing directly with the logging companies. But if the conservationists have bought more time in which to carry on their dialogue with local landowners, they may still find, at the end of the day, that money talks louder than birds.


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