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Pastoralism - Research, policy and practice, Vol 1 No 2
This is the second issue of the new interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed journal on extensive livestock production systems. Contents include:
ROY BEHNKE AND CAROL KERVEN
Foot-and-mouth disease and market access: challenges for the beef industry in southern Africa
IAN SCOONES, ALEC BISHI, NEO MAPITSE, REBONE MOERANE, MARY LOUISE PENRITH, RONNY SIBANDA, GAVIN THOMSON AND WILLIAM WOLMER
Responses and reactions to Scoones et al.
DAVID H M CUMMING, STUART HARGREAVES, KARL M. RICH, ANDY CATLEY, MARTIN COOKE, SIBONISO MOYO, ALEX I. DONALDSON, PAUL J. STRYDOM
Social inequality and risk mitigation in the era of private land: Siberian pastoralists and land use change
Pasture in Gorno-Badakhshan, Tajikistan: common resource or private property?
SARAH ROBINSON AND MARK WHITTON
Going where the grass is greener: China Kazaks and the Oralman immigration policy in Kazakhstan
Contested narratives of pastoral vulnerability and risk in Ethiopia’s Afar region
Profitability of sheep farming and wildlife management in Patagonia
JULIETA VON THÜNGEN AND MARIA ROSA LANARI
The fat and the lean: review of production and use of milk by pastoralists
KATE SADLER, CAROL KERVEN, MURIEL CALO, MICHAEL MANSKE, ANDREW CATLEY
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Pastoralism is a global phenomenon. From the semi-arid tropics to the Arctic, it is practiced in environments as varied as deserts and savannahs, marshes, high meadows, plains and tundra. In 2010, there was no central forum for researchers, policymakers and practitioners to confront each other’s ideas on pastoralism and discuss the implications of their policies and development work.
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