Community forestry. Building success through people’s participation by Y.S. RAO, Unasylva 37 (1985) 29—35. The author provides a succinct and clear definition of community forestry, outlines what is needed to make it succeed and discusses the constraints under which it operates at present. Implementing community forestry, he argues, will require nothing less than a radical restructuring of forestry’s traditional policies, practices and institutions. Highly recommended for conservationists dealing with buffer zones and villagers participation. — H.P. Nooteboom.