Valuing the Cameroonian Forest: Special Issue

Valuing the Cameroonian Forest: Special Issue

This is a special issue of International Forestry Review on Valuing the Cameroonian Forest. Complete list of articles are:

Valuing the Cameroonian forest Editorial

Cameroon’s forest policy within the overall national land use framework: from sectorial approaches to global coherence?

Review and combination of recent remote sensing based products for forest cover change assessments in Cameroon

The technical and political challenges of the industrial forest sector in Cameroon

Contributions of community and individual small-scale logging to sustainable timber management in Cameroon

Economic and social importance of fuelwood in Cameroon

Vegetal non-timber forest products in Cameroon, contribution to the national economy

Will the proposed forest policy and regulatory reforms boost the NTFP sector in Cameroon?

Financial and economic values of bushmeat in rural and urban livelihoods in Cameroon: Inputs to the development of public policy

Does trophy hunting remain a profitable business model for conserving biodiversity in Cameroon?

Valuation of forest carbon stocks to estimate the potential for result-based payment under REDD+ in Cameroon

Learning from change in the Sangha Tri-National landscape

Authors: Lescuyer, G.; Pottinger, A.J.; (eds.)

Topic: forests, timber management, climate change, food security, fuelwood, non-wood forest products, policy, livelihoods, biodiversity, conservation

Geographic: Cameroon

Publication Year: 2016

ISSN: 1465-5489

Source: International Forestry Review 18(Supplement 1)

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