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This article examines how forestry policy and implementation maintain double standards in a manner that excludes the rural poor from the natural wealth around them. It originally appeared in the October, 2007 issue of Sustainability Science. The original article is available at springerlink.com.
This interactive atlas tool allows users to access the most complete and up-to-date information on the Cameroon forest sector – timber extraction areas, forest concession management plan status, volume of timber logged by concession area, and more.
Mapping less disturbed forest tracts, floodplain and bottomland ecosystems of intact river basins, naturally rare and unique forest communities, and rare and endangered plant species habitats – to aid regional conservation strategies.
Ruth Nogueron, Paulo Barreto, Carlos Souza Jr., Anthony Anderson and Rodney Salomao. In collaboration with Janice Wiles
The analysis compiles a comprehensive set of geospatial indicators of human activities that lead to forest degradation and conversion. Illustrated by numerous maps, the results provide valuable insights for land-use planning and zoning.