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Whose natural resources?: Local natural resource management in Tanzania

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Published by Forest Action Network .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages103
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9202075M
ISBN 109966933247
ISBN 109789966933249
OCLC/WorldCa51060334

Indigenous Knowledge (IK) reviews cutting-edge research and links theory with practice to further our understanding of this important approach’s contribution to natural resource management. It addresses IK’s potential in solving issues such as coping with change, ensuring global food supply for a growing population, reversing environmental degradation and promoting . Redefining Diversity and Dynamics of Natural Resources Management in Southeast Asia, Volumes brings together scientific research and policy issues across various topographical areas in Asia to provide a comprehensive overview of the issues facing the region.. Upland Natural Resources and Social Ecological Systems in Northern Vietnam, Volume 2, provides chapters on natural resource.

Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Case studies from southern Africa 7 PREFACE Background to the power relations study This report consists of a series of individual country papers prepared for a study on devolution, community empowerment and power relations in community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) during For a growing number of countries in Africa the discovery and exploitation of natural resources is a great opportunity, but one accompanied by considerable risks. Countries dependent on oil, gas, and mining have tended to have weaker long-run growth, higher rates of poverty, and greater income inequality than less resource-abundant economies. For these resource producing .

Since the s, Tanzania’s natural resource management policy has emphasised Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs), designed to promote wildlife Cited by: 3. Natural resources, structural change, and industrial development in Africa This project focuses on three specific areas that impact the pace of structural transformation and job creation in five emerging African natural resources economies: Ghana, Mozambique, Tanzania.


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Whose natural resources?: Local natural resource management in Tanzania Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Tanzania, natural resources have the potential to create $ billion in yearly government revenues. And in Mozambique, World Bank estimates show that, byresource revenues could reach $9 billion, accounting for 21 percent of total Size: 1MB.

The Tanzania Natural Resources Information Centre (TANRIC), with the mandate to collect and manage natural resources and environmental data, was established in Book Description. Bringing together some of the world’s leading thinkers and policy experts in the area of natural resource governance and management in Africa, this volume addresses the most critical policy issues affecting the continent’s ability to manage and govern its precious resources.

Managing Natural Resources for Development in Africa: A Resource Book provides an understanding of the various levels at which NRM issues occur and are being addressed scientifically, economically, socially and politically.

The book's nine chapters present state-of-the-art perspectives within a holistic African context. Community based natural resources management (CBNRM) involves the management of land and natural resources such as pastures, forests, fish, wildlife and water by groups of rural people through their local institutions.

It has been popularised as a mechanism for the management of natural resources to safeguard livelihoods of local communities. Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, is significant in maintaining food and livelihood security.

The impact of shared natural resource on east Africa community: a case of Lake Victoria. As the violence escalates in the sparsely populated pastoral areas; warfare and raiding have constant.

Natural resource management, ways in which societies manage the supply of or access to the natural resources upon which they rely for their survival and development. The management of renewable natural resources seeks to balance the demands of exploitation with the regenerative capacities of the resources.

Based on a in-depth event on natural resource management in East Africa and through seven interrelated topics, Mwangi S.

Kimenyi and Zenia Lewis identify obstacles to successful management as. • Natural resource management is also congruent with the concept of sustainable development.

• Natural resource management specifically focuses on a scientific and technical understanding of resources and ecology and the life-supporting capacity of those resources. • Environmental management is also similar to natural resource Size: KB.

Management of Natural Resources local people – leaves for fodder, herbs for medicines, fruits and nuts for food – can no longer be met from such forests.

Such plantations are useful for the industries to access specific products and are an important source of revenue for the Forest Size: KB. Community-based natural resource management is frequently presented as a way to increase local representation in decision-making processes and reduce the risks of corruption.

Revisiting a well-known 'success story' of community-based forest management in Tanzania, this chapter reflects on the effects of the capture of such projects by local by: 1. This study on community participation in natural resources management was carried out in Manyoni District.

Specifically the study focused at community involvement in natural forest management, the practice of participatory planning in the lower local governments, and the factors that influence community participation in natural forest. Ecological Principles for Natural Resource Management • Nutrient Cycling & Uptake Table Major Sources of Nutrients that Are Absorbed by Plantsa.

Source of plant nutrient (% of total) Nutrient Deposition/fixation Weathering Recycling Temperate forest (Hubbard Brook) Nitrogen 7 0 93 Phosphorus 1 89 Potassium 2 10 88File Size: 2MB.

The book will serve as a core resource for students of gender studies and natural resource management, and as supplementary reading for a wide range of disciplines including geography, environmental studies, sociology and development. Community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) is, quite simply, (and as its name suggests) a term to describe the management of resources such as land, forests, wildlife and water by collective, local institutions for local Size: 1MB.

The players’ incentives to be involved in corruption vary across stages in the process of extracting resources.

Table 2 presents the main stages of natural resource exploration and exploitation, with a number of examples of the corruption risks each stage entails, as well as concrete examples from individual countries on these phenomena.

These examples refer to Cited by: Donald W. Boyd, in Systems Analysis and Modeling, INTRODUCTION. Proper management of natural resources is essential if economic benefits are to be balanced against environmental costs.

However, increasing demands for resource development and utilization have made balanced management increasingly more difficult. Natural Resource Management refers to the management of natural resources such as land, water, soil, plants and animals, with a particular focus on how management affects the quality of life for both present and future generations (stewardship).

Natural Resource Management deals with managing the way in which people and natural landscapes interact. It brings together. Over the last decade, large deposits of natural gas have been discovered off the southern coast of Tanzania. This book analyzes the long-term process of how a country develops the institutions that govern resources, the choices it makes in doing so.

The project also provides support for the Wildlife Division of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism for the strategic coordination of the various protected area management authorities in Tanzania.

At local level, the project advises two district administrations in the north of the Serengeti ecosystem. Natural Resources Management and Environment in SIDS Natural Resources and their degradation in SIDS Biodiversity resources: small island states have a unique biological diversity.

The Caribbean hosts percent of the world’s known endemic vascular plant species and percent of the world’s endemic.Community-based monitoring of natural resource use and forest quality in montane forests and miombo woodlands of Tanzania ELMER TOPP-JØRGENSEN1,*, MICHAEL K. POULSEN1, JENS FRIIS LUND2 and JOHN F.

MASSAO3 1NORDECO (Nordic Agency for Development and Ecology), Skinderg DK Copenhagen K, Denmark; 2Centre for Forest, Landscape .The wildlife of Tanzania is a unique natural heritage and resource that is of great importance both nationally and globally.

Tanzania has 19% of her surface area devoted to wildlife in protected areas where no human settlement is allowed and 9% wildlife co-exists with humans.