|Balancing Acts: Community-Based Forest Management and National Law in Asia and the Pacific (WRI, 1995, 204 pages)|
Owen Lynch is a Senior Associate in the Asia and Pacific Program at the World Resources Institute's Center for International Development and Environment, where he works primarily on community-based resources management and law issues. He also lectures at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies on environmental issues in developing countries. Previously, he taught for seven years at the University of the Philippines College of Law. He has a Juris Doctor from The Catholic University and a Doctor of Laws and Master of Laws degrees from Yale Law School.
Kirk Talbott is a Senior Associate and the Regional Director for the Asia and Pacific Program at the World Resources Institute's Center for International Development and Environment, where he works on environmental strategies, laws, and policies in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean. Previously, he practiced International Law in Washington, DC and conducted research on indigenous knowledge of ecosystem management for the United Nations University. After graduating from Yale University, he earned a Masters Degree in International Relations and a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University.