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Indigenous land tenure insecurity fosters illegal logging in Nicaragua

Indigenous land tenure insecurity fosters illegal logging in Nicaragua
by FRAME Administrator last modified Dec 21, 2016 12:24 PM
Contributors: Finley-Brook M

The authors conducted household survey and interviews with forestry sector officials to understand how tenure insecurity in Nicaragua affected forests and indigenous peoples, discovering the importance of looking closely at so-called legal, illegal, and corrupt practices to understand their legitimacy.

Author(s): Finley-Brook M

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