2018 – Special Issue on REDD+ in the Hindu Kush Himalayas, Vol 17 (1)


Banikoi, H., Karky, B.S., Shrestha, A.J., and Aye, Z.M. 2018. A Value Chain Approach to Sustainable Forest Management? Timber Supply Chain Practices for Sustainability in Myanmar’s Forest Sector. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 17 (1): 1-15.

Basnet, S., Sharma, P., Timalsina, N., and Khaine, I. 2018. Community Based Management for Forest Conservation and Livelihood Improvement: A Comparative Analysis from Forests in Myanmar. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 17 (1): 16-33.

Bhattarai, N., Verma, N., Rawat, R.S., Karky, B.S., and Rawat, V.R.S. 2018. Addressing Driver of Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Mizoram through Sub-National REDD+ Action Plan. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 17 (1): 34-48.

Laudari, H.K., Pant, B., Timalsina, N., Dhungana, S.P., Poudel, M., and Karky, B.S. 2018. Decentralising REDD+: Lessons Learned from “Redd+ Himalaya Project” of Nepal.  Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 17 (1): 49-62.

Bhandari, T.S., Timalsina, N., Pant, B., Laudari, H.K., Bhattarai, S., Wagle, R., Dhungana, S.P., and Karky, B.S. 2018. Inclusion of Gender Issue in REDD+: Experiences from REDD+ Pilot Implementation in Nepal.  Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 17 (1): 63-75.

Chand, J., Windhorst, K., Poudel, M., and Bhattarai, N. 2018. Subnational Capacities Strengthened by REDD+ Himalaya Project in the Districts of Nepal.  Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 17 (1): 76-89.

Poudel, M. and Poudel, A.K. 2018. Forest Reference Levels in the Hindukush Himalaya: A Comparative Overview.  Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 17 (1): 90-110.

Karki, R., Paudel, N.S., Adhikary, A., and Manandhar, S. 2018. Comparing and Contrasting National REDD+ Strategies in the Hindukush Himalayan Region: Implications for REDD+ Implementation.  Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 17 (1): 111-126.

Amatya, S., Yangden, K., Wangdi, D., Phuntsho, Y. and Dorji, L. 2018. National Forest Inventory of Bhutan: Shift in Role from Traditional Forestry to Diverse Contemporary Global Requirements.  Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 17 (1): 127-138.