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Why are Private Forest Owners not Adopting Natura 2000 ? A Survey of Motivations

Abstract : A survey of private forest owners on adoption of the Natura 2000 charter has been designed to allow respondents to state motives for non-adoption. These motives fall into five main categories: Economic, Compatibility with own practices, Control over one's property, Information and " no motive ". Using a mixed logit model, we can show that owners of properties at least in part in N2000, significantly evoke the Control motive more often than the other owners; that is not the case of the other motives. Owners who are convinced their properties have a remarkable feature are significantly less likely to evoke the Control motive. We argue that these findings might be appropriated by environmental managers to induce adoption of the N2000 Charter. Abstract A survey of private forest owners on adoption of the Natura 2000 charter has been designed to allow
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Philippe Polomé, Claude Michel. Why are Private Forest Owners not Adopting Natura 2000 ? A Survey of Motivations . 2017. ⟨halshs-01582134⟩

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