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Mangrove reforestation: greening or grabbing coastal zones and deltas? Case studies in Senegal.

Literature: Journal Articles

Cormier-Salem, M.C., Panfili, J. 2016. Mangrove reforestation: greening or grabbing coastal zones and deltas? Case studies in Senegal. African Journal of Aquatic Science, vol. 41 no. 1, pp. 89-98.

Contact Info

Corresponding author: marie.cormier@ird.fr

Affiliations

  • IRD, UMR PALOC, Dakar, Senegal
  • IRD, UMR MARBEC, Montpellier, France

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African Journal of Aquatic Science

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Description

  • This article focuses on two mangrove reforestatoin projects in Senegal, including the narratives surrounding these projects put out by NGOs.
  • The authors warn against reforestation projects that can be seen as green-grabbing or lead to disempowerment of local communities 

Geographical Region

  • West Africa
  • Ecosystems

  • Mangrove
  • Country

  • Senegal
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