Policies and governance structures in woodlands of Southern Africa

@inproceedings{Kowero2003PoliciesAG,
  title={Policies and governance structures in woodlands of Southern Africa},
  author={G. Kowero and B. Campbell and U. R. Sumaila},
  year={2003}
}
  • G. Kowero, B. Campbell, U. R. Sumaila
  • Published 2003
  • Business
  • Tanzania, like most other developing countries in Africa, has in recent years been fighting a losing battle in trying to protect vast areas of woodlands and natural forests scattered around the country. Consequently, forest resources in the country have been subjected to increasing pressure of exploitation. The government capacity to protect forests and woodlands has progressively declined with reduction in budgets and retrenchment of workers, making forests and woodlands even more vulnerable… CONTINUE READING
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