Policy imperatives for natural resource management under a decentralized regime: The Philippines case
Elazegui, Dulce D.
Rola, Agnes C.
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The policy link of national and local government units in natural resource management (NRM) is a crucial factor to the state of a country's natural resources. It therefore becomes imperative to examine the mandates of both levels of government and pose the question: What are the implications of policy gaps and lapses in effecting NRM within a local jurisdiction vis-à-vis a national management regime?
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