Analysis of rural people’s attitude towards the management of tribal forests in South Africa

  title={Analysis of rural people’s attitude towards the management of tribal forests in South Africa},
  author={Chidiebere Ofoegbu and Paxie WC Chirwa},
  journal={Journal of Sustainable Forestry},
  pages={396 - 411}
  • C. Ofoegbu, P. Chirwa
  • Published 10 December 2018
  • Environmental Science
  • Journal of Sustainable Forestry
ABSTRACT The management of forests for multiple purposes coupled with a varying socioeconomic profile of forest users can result in attitudinal differences towards forest management. This study examines the attitudes of rural people in South Africa towards the management of tribal forests. Attitude towards forest management was analysed with respect to five forest management objectives: 1, forest management for rural livelihood resilience to climate change; 2, forest management for reduction… 

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