Conversion or Conflict? Resolving the Mangrove Conflict in Koh Kong

By Camille Bann
Summary: This study concludes that without an integrated management plan for the area, environmental degradation will continue, possibly leading to collapse of the resource. The study involved in-depth socio-economic surveys of households living within the mangrove areas, surveys of shrimp farms and extensive consultations with provincial officials. Data were analysed using a ‘Total Economic Value’ approach.


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Country: Cambodia
Publication Year: 1997
Research Areas: Coastal/ Marine
Research Topic: Mangroves and Wetlands
Analytical Framework: Economic Analysis

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