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Bushmeat, wildlife-based economies, food security and conservation: insights into the ecological and social impacts of the bushmeat trade in African savannahs  [2015]

1423211762057 Lindsey, P. 186404 FAO, Harare (Zimbabwe). Subregional Office for Southern Africa eng 1423211762058 Taylor, W.A. 1423211762059 Nyirenda, V. et al.

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Abstract
This technical publication, Bushmeat, wildlife-based economies, food security and conservation: Insights into the ecological and social impacts of the bushmeat trade in African savannahs, is the second in an open series of FAO publications on illegal hunting and the bushmeat trade. The publication provides insights into the ecological and social aspects of the bushmeat trade in Africa, as requested by FAO member countries at the 16th and 17th Sessions of the African Forestry and Wildlife Commission (AFWC).
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Other subjects

  • land management
  • wildlife management
  • illegal practices
  • savannas
  • nature conservation
  • trade
  • Species threatened with extinction
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • bushmeat
  • hunting
  • development policies

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Language : English

Type : Other

In AGRIS since : 2016

Publisher : Harare (Zimbabwe) FAO/Panthera/ZSL/IUCN, SULi

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" Bushmeat, wildlife-based economies, food security and conservation: insights into the ecological and social impacts of the bushmeat trade in African savannahs "