Last edited by Kekora
Friday, July 31, 2020 | History

4 edition of Legislation on Wildlife and Protected Areas in Africa (Legislative Study (Rome)) found in the catalog.

Legislation on Wildlife and Protected Areas in Africa (Legislative Study (Rome))

Christian Du Saussay

Legislation on Wildlife and Protected Areas in Africa (Legislative Study (Rome))

by Christian Du Saussay

  • 61 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Food & Agriculture Org .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conservation of wildlife & habitats,
  • Law and legislation,
  • Wildlife Conservation,
  • Africa,
  • Wildlife refuges

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9125422M
    ISBN 109251011710
    ISBN 109789251011713

      Africa's protected parks and reserves are capable of supporting three to four times as many wild lions if well funded and managed, according to a . of protected area management, building capacity for conservation activities, and improving the effectiveness of law enforcement and anti-poaching efforts. In , USFWS is poised to award more than $14 million in support of actions to protect wildlife in Central Africa.

    Legislation on wildlife, hunting, and protected areas in some European countries. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Christian Du Saussay. In-Depth A promising future for Africa's wildlife In a vast African landscape where many people wish travelers “safe journeys” instead of “goodbye,” a burgeoning cross-pollination of ideas, people, and wildlife is making the future of the world’s largest terrestrial protected area bright.

    Conservation Biology in Sub-Saharan Africa provides the most up-to-date study in the field. It is an essential resource, available on-line without charge, for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as a handy guide for professionals working to stop the rapid loss of biodiversity in Sub-Saharan Africa Author: John W. Wilson, Richard B. Primack. Wildlife and habitats may be protected because they’re rare or vulnerable, or because they have a history of persecution. Wildlife crimes are committed when people intentionally or recklessly break the laws meant to safeguard protected areas and protected species.. Scottish Natural Heritage is committed to protecting our nature and landscapes and combating wildlife crime.


Share this book
You might also like
Tests, Small Business Management

Tests, Small Business Management

Improving standards-based learning

Improving standards-based learning

Hansons Introduction to applied economics

Hansons Introduction to applied economics

Planetary quarantine

Planetary quarantine

Water-quality, bed-sediment, and biological data (October 1992 through September 1993) and statistical summaries of water-quality data (March 1985 through September 1993) for streams in the upper Clark Fork Basin, Montana

Water-quality, bed-sediment, and biological data (October 1992 through September 1993) and statistical summaries of water-quality data (March 1985 through September 1993) for streams in the upper Clark Fork Basin, Montana

Town and country

Town and country

Make up

Make up

Household hints for upstairs, downstairs, and all around the house

Household hints for upstairs, downstairs, and all around the house

Speech ... in the House of Lords, on the second reading of the Intermediate education (Ireland) Bill, June 28, 1878.

Speech ... in the House of Lords, on the second reading of the Intermediate education (Ireland) Bill, June 28, 1878.

The crown of wild olive

The crown of wild olive

Closing the digital divide

Closing the digital divide

Observations on that form of disease nosologically called dysentery

Observations on that form of disease nosologically called dysentery

Death cometh soon or late

Death cometh soon or late

South African Freedom Reader

South African Freedom Reader

Legislation on Wildlife and Protected Areas in Africa (Legislative Study (Rome)) by Christian Du Saussay Download PDF EPUB FB2

bub_upload, Wildlife conservation, Wildlife refuges Publisher Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of unknown library Language EnglishPages: Get this from a library.

Legislation on wildlife and protected areas in Africa. [Christian Du Saussay; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Legal Office. Legislation Branch.]. Local community participation as a tool for sustainable resource use: Until recently, emphasis in wildlife conservation and protected area management has been placed on wildlife rather than the people that bear the social cost of conservation.

However, from upward, there were developments in Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Botswana, to include local. Part 3: Problems and Strategies of Conservation of Wildlife in Africa 8.

Problems of Protected (Conservation) Area Management in Africa 9. Principles for the Management of Protected Areas Categories of Conservation Areas Strategies for Reconciling the Primary Objectives of Conservation of Biodiversity with Rural Development This review of site-level wildlife law enforcement practices in Sub-Saharan African protected areas was carried out by the Conservation Development Centre, Nairobi, in collaboration with the Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).Cited by: Africa: African Convention on the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (revised) 60 Europe: Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats 61 The Americas: Convention on Nature Protection and Wild Life Preservation in the Western Hemisphere 63 areas.

Guidelines for Protected Areas Legislation. Edgar Kaeslin, FAO Wildlife and Protected Area Management Officer, Sub-Saharan Africa and one in Latin America published in (see FAO Legal Papers.

Online No.'s 77, 79 available at Wildlife legislation and the empowerment of the poor in Asia and Oceania. Size: 1MB. Policy and legal tools for the management of wildlife resources. T.J.P. McHenry. Thomas J.P. McHenry is a partner in the environmental law firm of McClintock, Weston, Benshoof, Rochefort, Rubalcava & MacCuish in Los Angeles, California.

He also serves as a research fellow with the Natural Heritage Institute in San Francisco, California. Poaching is threatening wildlife conservation in Africa. Elephant (Loxodonta africana) and rhino (Ceratotherium simum and Diceros bicornis) populations have been devastated and the bush meat trade.

Lack of connectivity between protected areas Some species, especially large animals like cats and bears, need large areas of natural habitat in order to feed and find mates. Few protected areas are large enough to support more than a few individuals of these species, and many are isolated from other areas of natural habitat.

The protected areas of South Africa include national parks and marine protected areas managed by the national government, public nature reserves managed by provincial and local governments, and private nature reserves managed by private landowners. Most protected areas are intended for the conservation of flora and fauna.

Last wolves in Africa: the fragile wildlife of Ethiopia's ravaged parks Wildfires and an encroaching population are threatening grasslands that host some of. Africa is home to some of the world's most endangered species, including the mountain gorilla, Grevy’s zebra, and Ethiopian wolf.

To protect populations from further decline, our on-the-ground safeguards involve training rangers and using sniffer dogs to stop wildlife traffickers. The wildlife of Zimbabwe occurs foremost in remote or rugged terrain, in national parks and private wildlife ranches, in miombo woodlands and thorny acacia or prominent wild fauna includes African buffalo, African bush elephant, black rhinoceros, southern giraffe, African leopard, lion, plains zebra, and several antelope species.

The introduction of the Wildlife Conservation Act of. Protected area authorities across the continent area seeking long-term partnership on management given technical and financial gaps. African Wildlife Foundation is providing long-term financial and technical support to some of Africa’s most critical protected areas by partnering with Africa’s protected area.

Protected Areas Key Biodiversity Areas More t described species half The Philippines is both a consumer, source, and transit point for trade in illegal wildlife and wildlife parts, threatening endemic species populations, economic development, and biodiversity.

the Philippine government passed legislation, created File Size: 9MB. View the full Wildlife Act on the New Zealand Legislation website. The Wildlife Act deals with the protection and control of wild animals and birds and the management of game.

Permits are necessary to deal with certain wildlife. Most species of wildlife (including mammals, birds, reptiles and. Assessment of the impact of armed conflict on large herbivores in Africa between and reveals that high conflict frequency is an important predictor of wildlife Cited by: Areas established under the Oceans Act for the conservation of marine species, habitats, and ecosystems.

Canadian Protected and Conserved Areas Database Download data about protected areas (parks, wildlife areas, bird sanctuaries, other conserved areas).

A total of 1, nationally protected areas have been identified in the region, currently covering around percent of West Africa (see Protected Areas map above). Approximately 90 percent of these protected areas are small and dominated by forest reserves. In addition, 53 protected areas have international designations, including.

A comparative study of legislation relating to the establishment and management of wildlife protected areas in South Africa and Tanzania.

View/ Open. Laltaika_Elifuraha_pdf (Mb) Date Author. Laltaika, Elifuraha Isaya. Metadata Show full item record. Abstract. NOTE: On Nov. 1,African Parks signed an agreement with Zimbabwe to manage Matusadonha National Park, brining its management portfolio to 16 protected areas in 10 countries.Legal Framework for Protected Areas: South Africa Alexander Ross Paterson* Information concerning the legal instruments discussed in this case study is current as of 1 January * Associate Professor, Public Law Department, Institute of Marine and Environmental Law, University of Cape Size: 1MB.