International Journal of Forestry Research / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Livelihoods and Welfare Impacts of Forest Comanagement

Table 1

Livelihoods capitals and their definitions.


Natural (i) The natural resources and environmental services that form the basis for human survival and economic activities (e.g., forests, water, and pollution sinks) [17, 24]
Financial(i) Capital bases that enable a household to pursue particular livelihoods strategy (e.g., cash, credit, income, and savings)[17, 25]
Physical(i) Basic infrastructure (e.g., transport, communications), housing, and equipment of production [17, 24]
Social/political(i) Aspects of the society or community upon which households depend, when pursuing livelihoods strategies that require coordinated actions (e.g., networks, social relations, associations, norms, and trust)[17, 25]
Human(i) Skills, knowledge, labour, good health, and physical capability that enable one to pursue livelihoods strategies[17]

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