Beyond Tropical Forests Adoption: Contextualizing Conservation Strategies

C.C. Romero, M. Peña-Claros

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Abstract

The complexity of factors driving tropical deforestation demand integrated approaches from concerned researchers and policy makers. Strict protection is sometimes the most appropriate mode of conservation, but conservation through management is often the better option. In either case, this essay highlights the importance of considering the social/cultural, economic, and political contexts in which these forests are threatened. By attempting to understand the cultural settings, institutional architectures and dynamics, and local expectations, and then by combining the concepts and tools of a range of disciplines, researchers will be more likely to forge lasting partnerships and increase their potential for sustained improvement in resource management and overall forest conservation
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)653-655
JournalBiotropica
Volume41
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Keywords

  • responses
  • community

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