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Conservation, Cooperation and Carbon Credits: The challenge of REDD+ on Pemba Zanzibar

Monique Borgerhoff Mulder
Department of Anthropology Evolutionary Wing
University of California Davis
Baldwin Hall room 264

Monique Borgerhoff Mulder is a human behavioural ecologist working on projects relating to life history, conservation, and global patterns of cultural variation. HBE-ers explore the big “Why“ questions about our species, such as why do people marry, what is the basis of gender roles in economic and social behaviour, why has fertility dropped so radically in most parts of the world, why are people such poor conservationists of natural resources, and many others.

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