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Gore, M. L., Nelson, M. P., Vucetich, J. A., Smith, A. M., & Clark, M. A. (2011). Exploring The Ethical Basis for Conservation Policy: The Case of Inbred Wolves on Isle Royale, USA Conservation Letters, 4, 394-401.

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  • TITLE: Applying Sustainability and Ethics in Forest Management and Community Livelihoods: A Case Study from Arabuko Sokoke Forest, Kenya

    AUTHORS: Musingo T. E. Mbuvi, Leila Ndalilo, Aden Hussein

    KEYWORDS: Forest, Equitable, Livelihoods, Sustainability and Ethics

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Forestry, Vol.8 No.4, October 23, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Efforts to manage forests continue to be enhanced equally as emergence of investments in community livelihoods whose benefits are inequitable. Lit-erature review, focus group discussion and key informant interviews showed that Arabuko Sokoke Forest has been managed under different management regimes; stakeholders have increased from singular to multiple with each stakeholder’s interests hinged on different conservation theories and ethical principles, despite that well-meaning facilitation, laws and policies, unsustainable and un-ethical scenarios abound. Extreme scenarios of a poor mother being denied firewood for lighting, warming and cooking food in order to conserve biodiversity. These are both right and wrong, a fluidity requiring situation specific sustainability and ethical justification. A discourse guided by the sustainable development goals provides a mechanism for moderating the diverse interests and helps bring harmony and synergies among all stakeholders for the common good without compromising the ecological functions of the forests thus ensuring sustainability.