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List of Participants during the workshop pastoral code (Tunisia)
List of Participant to the stakeholder meeting held in Tunis and aimed at establishing a processes for sustainable collective rangeland management and governance
Managing rangelands: promoting sustainable tree species - Acacia modesta
Acacia modesta: A frost-resistant and drought-tolerant tree ideal foralleviating feed shortages and feeding costs. Climate change and intensive grazing due to increasing livestock numbers are severely affecting arid and ...
Rangelands for Better Livelihoods
This is a brochure that talks about what rangelands are, where they occur, uses and values of rangelands, how they are a source of herbal medicinal and aromatic plants, rangeland management, grazing management, rangeland ...
Presentation made by Jutta werner during the stakeholder meeting held in Tunis and aimed at developing sound policies that will enable implementation of governance of rangelands (collective action for sustainable pastoralism)
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Stakeholder meeting (workshop) for the development of pastoral code in Tunisia
Bibliography about pastoral code and rangeland governance
Bibliography related to the development of pastoral code in developing countries
Assessing the Vulnerability of Rangeland Ecosystems to Global Climate Change In the Dryland Areas of the Middle East and North Africa Region
Climate change projections provide little information on how this risk might affect rangeland plant communities in specific regions. Rangelands are by far the most widespread land use type in the dry areas, and are home ...
A Prickly Cactus Journey: From Hellish Plant to Farmers' Darling
The cactus pear (known by its scientific name as Opuntia ficus-indica) was not always accepted in Pakistan as a source of food for animals, much less as a fruit fit for human consumption. It was commonly believed to be the ...
Using GPS collars at the Karakalpakstan site. Presentation of Work.
The (brief) presentation describes the use of GPS collars in Karakalpakstan action site to monitor the movement of representative grazing Karakul sheep. The GPS collars were deployed on 20 August 2015 on the sheep.
Managing rangelands: promoting sustainable tree species - Leucaena leucocephala
Leucaena leucocephala: A versatile tree producing nutritious fodder for ruminants. Overgrazing in rangelands can accelerate the loss of important forage plants and contribute to the proliferation of non-palatable weeds. ...