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Impacts of agro-industrial and logging activities on great ape conservation and livelihoods in Cameroon, Workshop Report
In November 2014, GREG-Forêts (an alliance of independent organisations with a shared interest in forest governance) organised a workshop to present and validate the results of a field study carried out to evaluate the impacts of agro-industrial and logging activities on great ape conservation and poverty in Cameroon. The goal was to propose concrete actions to improve great ape conservation and livelihoods in areas affected by agro-industrial and logging activities in Cameroon. This report outlines the workshop’s proceedings.
This publication is an output of the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (PCLG) - Event Report, 2014.
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