On-farm timber production for emission reduction with sustainable benefits at the tropical forest margins

On-farm trees in West and Central Africa are increasingly recognized as an important source of timber with tremendous opportunities for enhancing livelihoods, biodiversity conservation, contributing to reducing forest degradation and other functions. This policy brief highlights key findings and issues from research in Cameroon and Ghana - especially as it relates to REDD+ and sustainable land management.
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Published on

2011

Author(s)

  • Robiglio V
  • Minang, Peter A.
  • Asare, R.

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Publisher

ASB Partnership for the Tropical Forest Margins

Citation

Robiglio V, Minang PA, Asare R. 2011. On-farm timber production for emission reduction with sustainable benefits at the tropical forest margins. ASB Policy Brief No. 23. Nairobi, Kenya: ASB Partnership for the Tropical Forest Margins

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