Local peoples' responses to co-management regime in protected areas: A case study from Satchari National Park, Bangladesh

  title={Local peoples' responses to co-management regime in protected areas: A case study from Satchari National Park, Bangladesh},
  author={Sharif Ahmed Mukul and A. Z. M. Manzoor Rashid and Shimona A. Quazi and Mohammed Belal Uddin and Jefferson Fox},
  journal={Forests, Trees and Livelihoods},
  pages={16 - 29}
Community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) is a rather recent and widely promoted, and hence, accepted paradigm for managing protected areas in most developing countries. Protected area managers in Bangladesh face challenges because of the complex sociocultural and political dynamics that result from the high population densities and extreme poverty of people living in or near lands designated for conservation. In recent years the government of Bangladesh, with active support from… 
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