Forests, illegality and livelihoods: the case of Cameroon

Date

2008

Authors

Tacconi, Luca
Cerutti, Paolo

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Taylor & Francis Group

Abstract

Concern about illegal logging has grown considerably over the past decade. This article contributes to knowledge on the nature, extent, and impacts of illegal logging (IL), with particular focus on livelihoods. We find that the reality of IL is much more

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Keywords: corruption; forest management; harvesting; logging (timber); socioeconomic impact; tropical forest; Africa; Cameroon; Sub-Saharan Africa; West Africa Africa; Cameroon; Corruption; Illegal logging; Livelihoods; Tropical forest

Citation

Source

Society and Natural Resources

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Journal article

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DOI

10.1080/08941920801922042

Restricted until

2037-12-31