Rain Forest Conservation In A Tribal World: Why Forest Dwellers Prefer Loggers To Conservationists
Vojtech Novotny, 2010
In Papua New Guinea, the fate of forests is governed by forest-dwelling tribal societies. A rapidly increasing pace of logging compels us to ask why tribal communities prefer logging to conservation. In the absence of feasible development opportunities, remote communities become quickly enthusiastic about conservation projects, but once an area is opened up to logging...
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