Wood, Adrian P. (2017) Rights, revenues and responsibilities - solving conflicts using PFM for wild coffee conservation. The Darwin Initiative Newsletter. p. 13.

Conflicts have often occurred with conservation initiatives
due to their impacts on local communities. Key issues are the
displacement of people, the loss of access to resources, and
impacts on livelihoods. It is now broadly recognised that the
rights of human communities need to be respected. New
approaches to conservation need to be explored so that
communities are engaged in meeting conservation goals
and ensuring sustainable outcomes. The use of participatory
forest management (PFM) for the conservation of wild coffee
in southwest Ethiopia is one such approach. It could ensure
long-standing conflicts over forests are resolved and new
ones avoided, while conserving wild coffee.

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