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عنوان انگلیسی مقاله:
Whose climate? Whose forest? Power struggles in a contested carbon forestry project in Uganda
ترجمه فارسی عنوان مقاله:
آب و هوای کی؟ جنگل کی؟ مبارزات قدرت در یک پروژه جنگلداری کربن مورد بحث در اوگاندا
Sciencedirect - Elsevier - Forest Policy and Economics, 115 (2020) 102137. doi:10.1016/j.forpol.2020.102137
The voluntary carbon offset market is legitimated in climate policy debates at the global level and has incentivized a large number of afforestation and reforestation projects that have produced new power relations at the local level. This paper aims to critically examine how a contested Gold Standard certified project in Western Uganda has been justified, opposed and adapted during its implementation. Using a political ecology approach, this article sheds new light on the complexity of global-local interlinkages regarding carbon forestry projects and examines discursive power struggles. Taking a social constructivist perspective, I assume that due to their different values and experiences, actors have differing perceptions of the tensions and power relations arising during the carbon forestry project. Building on interviews and project-relevant certification documents, practices, narratives and counter-narratives were analyzed. The results show that while local actors were excluded from the forest, local communities and civil society actors have resisted against the companys management regime. Although the company remains the most powerful actor, more collaborative and moderate practices have lowered the conflict level. The case study shows that carbon markets need to be legitimated not only at the global level but also during the implementation in interaction with local constituencies.