Integrating Conservation & Development in Central Africa: The Need for Effective Partnerships to Address the Bushmeat Trade

Jun 19, 2009

(UMD Master's Thesis)

UMD Masters student Lynsey White interned for BCTF in the summer of 2005 and produced her scholarly thesis on potential partnerships between conservation and development efforts to address the bushmeat crisis. White examines the overlap between goals these agendas and identifies opportunities for collaboration, including: human health impacts, decline in ecosystem functioning and services, and lost wildlife productivity. The author provides recommendations for conservation and development collaboration to address the bushmeat crisis.

White, L. 2006. Integrating Conservation & Development in Central Africa: The Need for Effective Partnerships to Address the Bushmeat Trade. Masters Thesis. College Park, Maryland: University of Maryland Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology program. 68 pages.

Link: Integrating Conservation and Development in Africa

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