Environment and Natural Resource Conservation and Management in Mozambique
Publication Year: 2013
Published by: African Books Collective
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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication
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Table of Contents
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...impacts on Africa’s varied livelihoods systems and the unique citizens in rural areas live in extreme poverty, living on less poverty is difficult to define with precision as it is not static, I meeting their objectives and applicability in context. Besides, other African countries has been in a state of crisis since the ...
Guide to the Reader
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Environment and Natural Resources Conservation is a collection of colonial era. Yet while advancing this thesis, the book is quick local system to wider political-economic structures”1. To this war periods (1992-to date). In fact neither the conservation of deforestation, illegal logging, land degradation, illegal mining, ...
Chapter 1. Situating Mozambique’s Natural ResourceManagement in Historical Context
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...‘local’ people lived at peace with other entities (fauna and flora) in their natural environment. Besides the fact that their populations were still small and their level of industrialization the dramatized injustice”5 by the colonial regime in Africa. In dramatized injustices especially the inequalities between races, ...
Chapter 2. Environmental Malpractices in Mozambique
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...will increase by 1.4° C to 5.8° C between 1990 and 2100 if the increase in temperature in the atmosphere is largely attributed agriculture,4 and small-scale subsistence agriculture for their the agricultural sector worsening the existing levels of poverty “democratizing” the production, dissemination and access to ...
Chapter 3. Green Revolution Program (GRP) in Mozambique: Rethinking the Impact of Mozambique’s Fast-Track Green Revolution Program on the Environment and Biodiversity
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...effect of uncontrolled veld fires which have intensified in the grassland, wildlife and other natural resources as well as injure responsible for 95% of forest and veld fires,3 as natural fires declared that “the success of the green revolution lies in the he asserts: “at the sorry end of human beings’ excesses are the ...
Chapter 4. Gold Panning In Central Mozambique: A Critical Investigation Of The Effects Of Gold Panning In Manica Province
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...than artisanal mining. Gold panning can be legal or illegal. In as it directly or indirectly involves women and children alike. resulting in lack of education by those involved. This explains existing levels of poverty, food insecurity and undermining all national development efforts. It is in view of this realization ...
Chapter 5. Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) in Mozambique
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In many countries, natural resources play a significant role as nature of rural livelihoods concerned. In the case of the latter, Cavendish’s3 observation that there is a strong match between the characteristics of the rural poor and the characteristics of living. In the case of forest resources, for example, there are ...
Chapter 6. ‘It’s Neither Conservation Nor Preservation’
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...rural areas has stood out as a key indicator of the cataclysmic majority of its people: security, protection of property rights, basic public services and essential infrastructure”1 leading to agricultural sector (since the colonial period), and the lives of critical question arises here: “If majority of Mozambique’s ...
Chapter 7. Small-Scale Cash Income Sources in Central Mozambique
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...such as wildlife, forests, fisheries and minerals. Like in other activities have taken centre stage as a result of both the economic structural adjustment programs (ESAPs) and recurrent droughts within the SADC region. It is estimated that up to two million people directly or indirectly benefit from small-scale and alluvial panning of minerals ...
Chapter 8. Unlocking the Crisis
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...at least live near natural resources such as forests, wildlife, tinderbox for future conflicts among riparian states”, Shoko1, many people, conservation has remained a ‘hot’ issue across Beyond sacred forest- Complicating conservation in Southern Asia (2011), Communities and conservation: Histories and politics of ...
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Page Count: 216
Publication Year: 2013