Stakeholders and forest reserves
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CTA. 1998. Stakeholders and forest reserves. Spore 75. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Conservation and Utilization of Natural Resources in the East Usambara Forest Reserves: Conventional Views and Local Perspectives. ISSN 0926-9495, 168 pp. Wageningen Agricultural University Office for International Relations PO Box 9101 6700 HB Wage
The Usambara forests in Tanzania, like many others in the world, are facing increased pressure from human populations. Different groups, such as conservationists, estate holders, and local villagers each make demands on forest resources. Researchers from the University of Wageningen, examined and compared how these different groups value, perceive and act upon available forest resources, and further, analysed the effect of the differences and the possible modalities for their reconciliation. The results of the study, published as Tropical Resource Management Paper 18, proposes a reconciliation model as an essential prerequisite for achieving sustainable forest resource and biodiversity conservation in the East Usambaras. This publication series, which covers a broad range of natural resource management topics, has been developed in an effort to achieve a wider distribution of research results than that realized by international scientific journals. Conservation and Utilization of Natural Resources in the East Usambara Forest Reserves: Conventional Views and Local Perspectives. ISSN 0926-9495, 168 pp. Wageningen Agricultural University Office for International Relations PO Box 9101 6700 HB Wageningen The Netherlands. Fax: +31 317 48 42 92.
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