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Tropical Forest Conservation and Industry Partnership. An Experience from the Congo Basin. Edition No. 1. Conservation Science and Practice

  • ID: 2180785
  • Book
  • March 2012
  • Region: Democratic Republic of Congo
  • 260 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Historically, the conservation of forests and wildlife has focused on the creation of national parks and reserves. However, only 9% of protected areas are larger than 14,000 hectares, likely making them too small to conserve ecosystem services and prevent loss of wide-ranging keystone species such as elephant and leopard. New approaches are needed that extend conservation beyond protected area boundaries into areas where economic considerations prevail.

The book describes one such emerging model of conservation: the integration of the private sector into partnerships to protect biodiversity and improve forest management. While such partnerships are being created in nearly every sector of resource extraction, detailed analyses of how such partnerships work and whether they benefit biodiversity conservation are rare. Using a case study from the Congo Basin, the book examines principles of conservation and partnership, and provides technical and methodological details to replicate an innovative conservation model. It presents concrete solutions for expanding conservation across multi-use landscapes, a necessary action as industry expands to all the corners of the globe.

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Contributors vii

Foreword xi

Preface xv

List of Acronyms xix

1 Introduction 1
Connie J. Clark and John R. Poulsen

2 Building Partnerships for Conservation 21
John R. Poulsen and Connie J. Clark

3 Land-use Planning in a Co-management Context: Establishing Access Regulations that Promote Biodiversity Conservation and Support Local Livelihoods 63
Connie J. Clark, John R. Poulsen, Germain A. Mavah, Antoine Moukassa, Dominique Nsosso, Kibino Kimbembe and PaulW. Elkan

4 Reducing Pressure on Wildlife and Biodiversity 86
John R. Poulsen, Connie J. Clark, Paul W. Elkan, Sarah Elkan,Marcel Ngangou´e, Pierre Kama, Jean-Claude Dengui, Jean Ibara and Olivier Mbani

5 Assessing the Impact of Logging on Biodiversity in the CIB Concessions 128
Connie J. Clark, John R. Poulsen, Richard Malonga and Paul W. Elkan

6 Impact of Industrial Logging on Human Demography and Patterns of Wildlife Harvest and Consumption 174
John R. Poulsen, Connie J. Clark, Germain A. Mavah and Paul W. Elkan

7 Conclusions and Lessons Learned 199
John R. Poulsen and Connie J. Clark

References 217

Index 231

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Connie J. Clark Duke University.

John R. Poulsen Duke University.
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