Reconciling Livelihoods and Conservation in Shifting Forest Regimes in Bangladesh

Reconciling Livelihoods and Conservation in Shifting Forest Regimes in Bangladesh

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My PhD project focuses on understanding the impacts of new forest regime on conservation and livelihoods. Based on a case study in Bangladesh, the research will analyze the context of forest conservation and livelihood development; the livelihood outcomes of forest dependent communities, the social-ecological dimensions/attributes affecting the livelihood and conservation outcomes; and sustainability and effectiveness of the new forest regime.

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