Securing well-being with the advent of climate hazards: Case of forest-dependent communities in a landscape in the Congo Basin uri icon

abstract

  • This paper aims to examine the contribution of forests resource systems to the different aspects of community well-being, the implications of climate variability on the different sources of well-being and further identifies direct and indirect social and policy opportunities relevant for communities to enhance their capabilities in the face of climate variability and change in the Tri-National de la Sangha landscape of Cameroon

publication date

  • 2016
  • 2016