ASSOGBADJO ACHILLE EPHREM , GLELE KAKAÏ A. ROMAIN LUCAS , ADJALLALA FRANÇOIS HOUTOUTOU , AZIHOU AKOMIAN FORTUNÉ , VODOUHE GBÈLIDJI FIFANOU , KYNDT TINA , CODJIA JEAN TIMOTHE CLAUDE ,
Teak plantations were developed by smallholder farmers in South Benin from the late 1960s. These plantations are managed by coppicing to produce poles, with rotations of 3 to 5 years. But since the early 2000s, teak plantations are being removed. The [...]
This paper assesses the effects of the marketing of seven commonly-used medicinal plants on their sustainable use. Data were collected from a sample of 100 marketing agents by direct interviews and ANOVA (analysis of variance) was used to test profit [...]
This paper uses an indices method based on participant ranking of species to quantify use–values of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) and the socio-economic factors that influence these values for people living around the Pendjari Biosphere Reserv [...]
Commitment of local communities to protected areas is essential for conserving biodiversity. However, in many developing countries like Benin, former management strategies kept human from protected areas using coercion. Fortunately, more recent reg [...]
We analyze the contribution of Parkia biglobosa fruit harvesting as source of income for local communities around the Pendjari Biosphere Reserve in Benin and the role that this exploitation plays in improving the conservation status of this specie [...]
In the past, the conservation of biodiversity has been mostly understood in terms of the management of protected areas and natural forests, ignoring the possible role of farm areas and the ways through which rural communities have promoted biodi [...]
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