Traditional Systems of Forest Conservation in North East India The Angami Tribe of Nagaland
by Alphonsus D'Souza
|Publisher:||Asian Trading CorporationNorth-Eastern Social Research Centre
|Pages:||68 Pages, 3 Maps, Bibliography
The Title "Traditional Systems of Forest Conservation in North East India The Angami Tribe of Nagaland" is written by Alphonsus D'Souza. This book was published in the year 2001. The publisher of this title is North-Eastern Social Research Centre. Traditional Systems of Forest Conservation in North East India The Angami Tribe of Nagaland is currently Not Available with us.You can enquire about this book and we will let you know the availability.
While forests in many parts of Nagaland are being destroyed by the commercial forces and the people themselves, the Angamis have preserved them. In this attempt The Author studies the forests in as a whole and ML the Angami area in this context. Their traditions forest Management systems become meaningful. within this perspective. The author believes that they may not be preserved unless many posit steps are taken and an ideology of sustain;* development evolved to complement the traditional Religion that ensured a sustainable; of the resources.