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Attitudes of local communities towards forest conservation in Botswana: a case study of Chobe Forest Reserve.
(Commonwealth Forestry Association, 2016-06)
Understanding conservation attitudes of local communities is essential to the long-term sustainable management of natural resources such as forests. This paper, guided by the Social exchange theory, examined attitudes of ...
Forest resource utilisation and rural livelihoods : insights from Chobe enclave, Botswana.
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2020-01-31)
For centuries, developing countries have been immensely dependent on environmental resources, forests included. Despite the established contribution of forests to livelihoods, the level of communities’ reliance on forest ...
Socio-economic factors influencing household forest dependency in Chobe enclave, Botswana.
(Springer Open, 2017)
Introduction: Human dependence on forests is a multifaceted phenomenon. The degree of reliance on forests varies geographically, overtime and across communities. These dynamics underpin the importance of understanding the ...