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Reginald Cline-Cole Wikipedia
Reginald Akindele Cline-Cole (born Freetown, Sierra Leone), is a University lecturer and scholar of Developmental Geography.
Cline-Cole has done extensive work in the field of development issues in rural environments, as well as forestry and its human impact. Now the head of the Centre of West African Studies, University of Birmingham (UK). He has previously taught at Bayero University, Nigeria and Moi University, Kenya.
Cline-Cole’s recent publications include:[ed. with Clare Madge] Contesting Forestry in West Africa (Aldershot: Ashgate Press, 2000),
Promoting (Anti-) Social Forestry in Northern Nigeria ?’ in Review of African Political Economy 24 (74), 1997,
Dryland Forestry. Manufacturing Forests and Farming Trees in Nigeria’, in M. Leach and R. Mearns [eds], The Lie of the Land: Challenging Received Wisdom on the African Environment (James Currey and Heinneman, 1996)