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Rethinking joint forest management: the role of self-interest and altruism in shaping environmental and socio-economic outcomes in Kenya

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Rethinking joint forest management in Kenya
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Participatory approaches such as Joint forest management (JFM) have been used to anchor payment for ecosystems services frameworks such as REDD+. A qualitative research conducted in Arabuko Sokoke Forest (ASF), Kenya, hopes to contribute to that discussion, by drawing on 23 key informants and participant observation. The study investigates the extent at which JFM has shaped forest conservation, benefit sharing, community empowerment and intrinsic motivation. It adds a twist – role of self-...

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BCM Dissertation Grant
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Allan Mjomba Majalia
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Allan Mjomba Majalia
Type of award:
MSc
Level of award:
Masters
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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