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Benefits and Barriers to Certification of Community-Based Forest Operations in Cameroon: An Exploratory Assessment

dc.contributor.authorAlemagi, D.
dc.contributor.authorHajjar, R.
dc.contributor.authorDavid, S.
dc.contributor.authorKozak, R.A.
dc.date.accessioned2022-01-23T18:55:42Z
dc.date.available2022-01-23T18:55:42Z
dc.identifier.urihttps://open.fsc.org/handle/resource/635
dc.titleBenefits and Barriers to Certification of Community-Based Forest Operations in Cameroon: An Exploratory Assessmenten
dcterms.accessRightsPublic
dcterms.accessRightsLimited access
dcterms.issued2011
dcterms.languageen
dcterms.typeJournal Article
dspace.entity.typePublication
fsc.evidenceCategoryFSC-relevant
fsc.focus.forestTypeNatural Forest
fsc.focus.forestZoneTropical
fsc.focus.sustainDimensionEconomic
fsc.focus.sustainDimensionSocial
fsc.focus.sustainDimensionEnvironmental
fsc.focus.tenureManagementCommunity
fsc.focus.tenureOwnershipCommunity
fsc.issue.economicBenefits, motivations, reasons for certification
fsc.issue.economicCosts, obstacles, barriers to certification
fsc.issue.environmentalBiodiversity
fsc.issue.environmentalHigh Conservation Values
fsc.issue.environmentalHarvesting
fsc.issue.environmentalDeforestation, tree cover loss
fsc.issue.environmentalCarbon
fsc.issue.socialLocal communities
fsc.issue.socialIndigenous peoples
fsc.issue.socialWorkers
fsc.subjectEconomic Impacts
fsc.subjectForests
fsc.subjectCertification
fsc.subjectSocial Impacts
fsc.subjectMarket access
fsc.subjectLivelihoods
fsc.subjectEmpowerment
fsc.subjectCommunities
fsc.subjectSmallholders
fsc.topic.economicMarket access
fsc.topic.politicalPublic/state influence
fsc.topic.politicalLocal context
fsc.topic.politicalProducers empowerment
fsc.topic.socialConflict resolution
fsc.topic.socialHealth and safety
fsc.topic.socialWorking conditions
is.availability.fullTextFull text available
is.contributor.memberForest Stewardship Council
is.coverage.countryCameroon
is.coverage.countryAlpha2CM
is.coverage.regionWestern Africa
is.evaluation.collectionMixed methods
is.evaluation.counterfactsNo
is.evaluation.notesA study about forest management in general, FSC is only mentioned at some occasions.
is.evaluation.quotes‘certification remains an important means of verifying responsible behaviour, legality, and claims of sustainable practice', and examples from around the world have shown that certification can, in fact, bring many additional benefits to CFOs.
is.evaluation.quotesit makes sense for the government of Cameroon to provide institutional support by forging partnerships with these bodies, while also encouraging local NGO involvement.
is.evidenceTypeSynthesis paper
is.evidenceTypeEmpirical study
is.focus.sectorsAgriculture
is.focus.sectorsForestry
is.focus.sustainDimensionEconomic
is.focus.sustainDimensionSocial
is.focus.sustainDimensionEnvironmental
is.focus.systemElementMandE outcomes and impacts
is.focus.systemElementMandE performance monitoring
is.identifier.codeImpacts
is.identifier.doihttps://doi.org/10.1007/s11842-011-9192-9
is.identifier.fscdoihttp://dx.doi.org/10.34800/fsc-international661
is.identifier.schemeNameForest Stewardship Council
is.identifier.schemeTypeVoluntary Sustainability Standards
is.item.reviewStatusPeer reviewed
is.journalNameSmall-scale Forestry
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