• ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • SUMMARY
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • LIST OF FIGURES
  • LIST OF TABLES
  • ILIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
  • 1 INTRODUCTION
  • 1.1 Background
  • 1.2 Problem statement
  • 1.3 Objectives, open questions, methods, process and restriction
  • 2 FUNDAMENTALS OF FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANNING IN TRANSITION: A PROPOSAL FOR A COMBINED PLANNING SYSTEM (CPS)
  • 2.1 Central European forest management planning
  • 2.2 Tropical forest management planning
  • 2.3 Sustainability in forest management planning
  • 2.4 Challenges forest management planning faces
  • 2.5 Proposing a combined planning system (CPS)
  • 2.6 Conclusion
  • 3 EMPIRICAL AND EXPLORATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE FOREST MANAGEMENTPLANNING SITUATION IN CAMEROON
  • 3.1 Working method
  • 3.2 Results
  • 3.3 Restrictions to the results and conclusion
  • 4 VALUE AND STRATEGIC SUBSYSTEM (VSS)
  • 4.1 The necessity for integrated normative and strategic forest planning
  • 4.2 Overview of the value and strategic subsystem (VSS)
  • 4.3 Normative planning within the forest management planning framework
  • 4.4 Strategic intention as link for normative and strategic planning
  • 4.5 Strategic planning process
  • 4.6 Conclusion
  • 5 INSTITUTIONAL AND GOVERNANCE SUBSYSTEM (IGS)
  • 5.1 The need for IGS design
  • 5.2 First step in the IGS design: the adapted institutional analysis and development framework
  • 5.3 Second part of the IGS: active participation and conflict resolution mechanisms
  • 5.4 Conclusion
  • 6 TACTICAL PLANNING SUBSYSTEM (TPS)
  • 6.1 Overview of the TPS
  • 6.2 Pre-planning within the tactical planning system
  • 6.3 Overall planning
  • 6.4 Detailed ecosystem unit planning, controlling and monitoring
  • 6.5 Tactical dialogue as democratic dealing with problems
  • 6.6 Conclusion
  • 7 DISCUSSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS.
  • 7.1 The usefulness of the CPS
  • 7.2 CPS comparison with the existing planning system
  • 7.3 Constraints and limitations of the CPS Model
  • 7.4 Recommendations
  • 8 REFERENCES
  • 9 APPENDIXES