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Cacao boom and bust: sustainability of agroforests and opportunities for biodiversity conservation, Clough, Y., Faust H., and Tscharntke T. , 2009, Issue 2, (2009)
Cacao cultivation and the conservation of biological diversity, Rice, R. A., and Greenberg R. , AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment, 2000, Volume 29, Issue 3, p.167 - 173, (2000)
Cacao production in Cameroon : technology, profitability and the environment, Kazianga, Harounan, and Sanders John H. , 2002, (2002)
Can Cocoa Farmer Organizations Countervail Buyer Market Power?, Wilcox, Michael D., and Abbott Philip C. , 2006, (2006)
Can price incentive to smuggle explain the contraction of the cocoa supply in Ghana?, BulÌř, A. , Journal of African Economies, 2002, Volume 11, Issue 3, p.27 - pgs., (2002)
Carbon stocks in shaded Theobroma cacao farms and adjacent secondary forests of similar age in Cameroon, Norgrove, Lindsey, and Hauser Stefan , Tropical Ecology, 2013, Volume 54, Issue 1, p.15 - 22, (2013)
Carbon storage and the health of cocoa agroforestry ecosystems in south-eastern Ghana, Asase, A., Wade S. A., Ofori-Frimpong K., Hadley P., and Norris K. , Africa and Carbon Cycle: the CarboAfrica project, 2011, (2011)
Carbon storage and the health of cocoa agroforestry ecosystems in south-eastern Ghana, Asase, A., Wade S. A., Ofori-Frimpong K., Hadley P., and Norris K. , Africa and the carbon cycle, 2008, (2008)
Certification and wage labour in the cocoa sector in Ghana, Selten, Marjolien , (0) selten thesis wage workers ghana 08122015.pdf (2.81 MB)
Certified cocoa: scaling up farmer participation in West Africa, Paschall, Melissa, and Seville Don , Case Study Series - New Business Models for Sustainable Trading Relationships, 2012///, (2012)

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