EFFECT OF GOVERNANCE ON ACCELERATING LITERACY RATE TO ENSURE SUSTAINABLE FORESTLAND: A MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS ON DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Abstract

Deforestation has long been considered an alarming issue, while every developing country focuses on accelerating the GDP growth, while backlogging the environment quality. The literacy rate is a handy and effective tool that has a long-lasting impact on the economy; an efficient government body can launch a sustainable learning system which can develop and enrich the practice of a green economy. This paper aims to investigate the joint effect of good governance and literacy rate on sustainable forestland in developing countries. The researcher uses World Bank secondary open data, on which a multiple regression model is applied with the aim of analising the impact on forestland. Due to the use of secondary data, several missing values exist, where the author implies interpolation in R studio to imply regression Model. A sound and effective educational policy, coupled with government intervention can maintain a good balance among ecology, economy and socio-culture.

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Tanbir Hossain

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  • EP ID EP697509
  • DOI 10.47246/CEJGSD.2021.3.1.2
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Tanbir Hossain (2021). EFFECT OF GOVERNANCE ON ACCELERATING LITERACY RATE TO ENSURE SUSTAINABLE FORESTLAND: A MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS ON DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. Central European Journal of Geography and Sustainable Development, 3(1), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-697509