The impact of wildlife-related benefits on the conservation attitudes of local people around the Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania

  • Gillingham S
  • Lee P
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Abstract

Abstract In recent years there has been a proliferation of projects aiming to integrate human development needs with conservation objectives, and to establish mutually beneficial relationships for the management of natural resources between rural communities and the ...

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  • Benefit-sharing
  • Communities
  • Development
  • Human-animal conflict
  • Institutions

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Authors

  • Sarah Gillingham

  • Phyllis C. Lee

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