Forest Transition Deficiency Syndrome – The Case of Forest Communities in the High Forest Zone of Ghana
- Forest Transition Deficiency Syndrome - The Case of Forest Communities in the High Forest Zone of Ghana
Forest illegalities and non-compliance behavior of forest dependent people have recently attracted global attention as a major source of tropical deforestation. In efforts to curb this menace, studies for holistic insight into local people’s com- pliance behaviour in questions related to forest illegality and conflicts which per- petuate deforestation are key to any policy strategy that seeks to administer for- est-dependent livelihoods while managing the forest.
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