Governing natural resources : the case of illegal forest activities in Cameroon
Since the beginning of the 1990s, illegal logging and, more broadly, Illegal Forest Activities (IFA) have occupied a growing and prominent place in international discussions about forest policy, management and governance. Despite widespread concerns, there is still significant uncertainty however, about the quantitative and qualitative nature of the problem. In many countries it is unclear what the political, economic, social and ecological dynamics that underpins IFAs are. To better understand...[Show more]
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