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Informes e investigaciones
Mayo 1995
Argentina

Proyecto Aplicación de Instrumentos de Política Económica para la Gestión Ambiental y el Desarrollo Sustentable en Países Seleccionados de América Latina y el Caribe

Informes e investigaciones
Febrero 1995
África

This document focused on the land and environmental degradation and desertification in Africa; issues and options for sustainable economic development with transformation.

Enero 1995
Israel
Asia occidental
África septentrional

Paper explores the relationships between the following concepts under the conditions of Middle Eastern semi-arid ecosystems. Paper states that there are two apparent contradictions in the title of this paper.

Enero 1995
Namibia
África subsahariana

Results from this study show that the over-used but under-researched association between grazing and land degradation in the Kalahari has been oversimplified. In typical Kalahari conditions, the ecological changes that have been brought about by grazing cannot be linked with more fundamental changes in ecosystem function.

Enero 1994
Asia occidental
África septentrional

The report focuses on: the statue of land degradation: types of degradation, their nature, severity and extent; the causes and consequences of land degradation; institutions to combat land degradation; proposals for strengthening efforts to combat land degradation. Countries covered are: Afghanistan; Bangladesh; India; Bhutan; Iran; Pakistan; Nepal; Sri Lanka.

Enero 1993
Botswana
África subsahariana

A useful debate is developing over carrying capacity and the degradation of communal rangelands in sub-Saharan Africa. With a few lonely exceptions, scientists and policy-makers have in the past claimed that degradation is universal and livestock productivity lowered because of overstocking on communal range. This position has been mainly dogmatic.

Enero 1993
Botswana
África subsahariana

Recent arguments have stated that the new livestock development policy will carry a high social cost, that the reality of range degradation in Botswana has been ignored, and that there is no basis for assuming that de-stocking would decrease the productivity of rangeland.

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