Conflict: the Fourth “C” in Liberia’s Forest Management?

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In their Sept 14, 2017 presentation titled , Vaneska Litz and Leif Kindberg, Tetra Tech, explore the viability of “the three Cs”: conservation, community and commercial forestry conservation strategy in the face of competing pressure for communities to engage in commercial logging activities in some of the last remaining tracts of the Upper Guinean forest.

They further examine the potential for conflict that could arise from these complex pressures and rights and provide insights into the complexity of these issues that must be properly understood in order to develop viable interventions that will not contribute to instability and conflict in the region.

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Vaneska Litz is a Senior Associate at Tetra Tech. Since 2008, Ms. Litz has been engaged in Tetra Tech’s land and forestry work in Liberia as a technical expert, Team Leader, COP, DCOP and Project Manager.

Leif Kindberg is an Associate at Tetra Tech. Mr. Kindberg has worked in Liberia, focusing on outreach, education and learning related to forestry and community rights.

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