Table of contents for Rights, resources & rural development : community based natural resource management in Southern Africa / edited by Christo Fabricius ... [et al.].


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TABLE OF CONTENT
Preface: what this book is about 11
SECTION 1. SYNTHESIS 15
Chapter 1. The fundamentals of CBNRM 15
Chapter 2. CBNRM and rural livelihoods 72
Chapter 3. Political economy, governance and community-based natural resource management 101
Chapter 4. Putting out fires: does the 'C' in CBNRM stand for community or centrifuge? 116
Chapter 5. Reconciling biodiversity conservation with rural development: the Holy Grail of CBNRM? 135
SECTION 2. CASE STUDIES 161
Chapter 6. CBNRM, traditional governance, and spiritual ecology in southern Africa: the case of chiefs, diviners and spirit mediums. 161
Chapter 7. The contribution of bees to livelihoods in southern Africa 175
Chapter 8. Everyday resources are valuable enough for CBNRM programme support:  evidence from South Africa 186
Chapter 9. Community Based Natural Resource Management in the Okavango Delta 200
Chapter 10. Local Ecological Knowledge and the Basarwa in the Okavango Delta: The Case of Xaxaba, Ngamiland District 216
Chapter 11. A land without fences: range management in Lesotho 234
Chapter 12. Beach village committees as a vehicle for community participation: Lake Malombe/Upper Shire River Participatory Programme 243
Chapter 13. Key issues in Namibia's communal conservancy movement 259
Chapter 14. The Torra Conservancy in Namibia 266
Chapter 15. Tchumo Tchato - CBNRM in transition. A Mozambican case study 278
Chapter 16. The Richtersveld and Makuleke contractual parks in South Africa: win-win for communities and conservation? 294
Chapter 17. The Luangwa Integrated Rural Development Project, Zambia 308
Chapter 18. Community Wildlife Management in Zimbabwe: the case of CAMPFIRE in the Zambezi Valley 325
Chapter 19. New configurations of power around Mafungautsi State Forest in Zimbabwe 338
SECTION 3. RECOMMENDATIONS 352
Chapter 20. Conclusions and recommendations: what we have learnt from a decade of experimentation 352
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Natural resources Africa, Southern Management, Conservation of natural resources Economic aspects Africa, Southern, Rural development Environmental aspects Africa, Southern, Local government Africa, Southern