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Livelihood and land-use choices of Papua New Guinean landowners, and implications for decisions relevant to commercial tree growing

Mulung, Kulala


This study explores the basis on which Papua New Guinean landowners make land- and resource-use choices, and considers the implications of these for the adoption of commercial tree growing. Theoretical insights from the Hierarchical Needs Theory, Sustainable Livelihoods Framework, and Farmer Adoption-Decision Framework enabled development of a conceptual model, the 'PNG Landowner Decision Environment'. This model was used to assess landowners' attitudes and behaviour relevant to the use of...[Show more]

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Date published: 2012
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d51503e23f32


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