In hunt for resources, Congo forest communities feel the squeeze, early research shows

  YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon—The narrative used to be straightforward: Rural communities in tropical countries battled logging companies in a zero-sum competition for forest resources. But in the past decade, multiple-use forest management has become a way for precious tree resources to meet wide-ranging needs—beyond just timber. Management plans designed to account for different forest uses have... Read more

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