A Tree Grows in Haiti: A Suitability and Political Ecological Analysis of Potential Bamboo Reforestation in Haiti

n Haiti's largely agrarian society as well as in many other islands in the Caribbean, deforestation has become an issue that has long term, negative consequences for the livelihood of farmers and the ability of the nation as a whole to rebound after natural disasters, a frequent occurrence in Haiti.

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