The challenges of redistributing forest-related monetary benefits to local governments: A decade of logging area fees in Cameroon
The Cameroonian regulatory framework on forest, wildlife and fisheries requires logging companies to pay an Area Fee (AF), half of which must be redistributed to rural councils (40%) and villages (10%) neighbouring the logging concessions. The AF had the
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