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Macqueen, D. J. (2004). Forest Ethics: The Role of Ethical Dialogue in the Fate of the Forests. Comparing and Contrasting the International Forest Policy Dialogue with the Earth Charter Initiative. In International Conference on Global Ethics, Development, Environment and the Earth Charter (p. 20). Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen.

has been cited by the following article:

  • 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.