CIFOR interviews CPC Fellow Jagger on the effects of strong tenure systems on forest dwellers

Jul 19, 2011

CPC Fellow Pamela Jagger discusses findings from the new Poverty and Environment global study in a recent Center for International Forestry Research story. The study may cause existing forest management strategies to be reconsidered. Currently popular strategies encourage strong enforcement of ownership in order to help maintain carbon stocks in the long term. However, the study's findings show that this may have a detrimental effect on forest dwelling locals by decreasing their ability to access forest products.

The story includes a video of the interview with Pamela Jagger. Watch the interview and read the full story here,

Wink Plone Theme by Quintagroup © 2013.

Personal tools
This is themeComment for Wink theme