The harvest of forest wildlife provides invaluable benefits to local people, but understanding of such practices remains fragmentary. With global attention drawn to the issue of declining biodiversity, this talk assesses the consequences, both for ecosystems and local livelihoods, of the loss of important forest resources, and alternative management options. This presentation was given by Robert Nasi of CIFOR at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation.
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