Population Pressure, Land Tenure, Deforestation, and Farming Systems in Haiti: The Case of Forêt Des Pins Reserve

Forêt des Pins Reserve, a state-owned natural forest in Haiti, has suffered severe degradation due to a land tenure system that does not guarantee security for farmers, illegal harvesting of trees for the production of firewood and charcoal, and an ongoing influx of people with varying backgrounds and different socioeconomic context seeking fertile land.

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