Bushmeat and livelihoods: wildlife management and poverty reduction
Blackwell Pub., Nov 13, 2007 - Nature - 274 pages
This book explores the links between bushmeat and livelihoods in Africa, with a focus on the human dimension of the debate.
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Bushmeat and Livelihoods: Wildlife Management and Poverty Reduction
Glyn Davies,David Brown
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Africa alternative animals areas Asia Bata benefits blue duiker bushmeat exploitation bushmeat trade Cameroon caribou carriers cash CBNRM CEPFOR Cephalophus CFAfr CGGs chapter COMACO community hunting zones concessions Congo consumers consumption context costs crop Dja Reserve domestic meat duiker ecoguards economic elephants Equatorial Guinea farmers farming Figure fish food security forest forestry Gabon game meat Ghana habitat harvest households hunters I-PRSP important improved incentives income increased institutional interventions issues Kabo land use practices livelihoods livestock logging company Luangwa Valley Namibia National Park natural resources needs NGOs NTFP NTFP activities off-take poaching Pokola poor potential poverty reduction producer groups production PROGEPP programmes protein PRSP Qamanirjuaq rural safari hunting sample sell Sendje snares social strategies sustainable Takoradi traditional ungulates urban value chain village wild meat wildlife conservation wildlife management wildlife populations Zambia