Marie Michael Library

Title

Wildlife working for sustainable development: lessons from Zambia's Luangwa Valley

Author

Dalal-Clayton, Barry

Description

The conservation of wildlife is sometimes presented as irrelevant or an obstacle to development. In fact, the actual and potential contribution of wildlife to social and economic development is substantial. This article presents an examination of a project implemented in Zambia to conserve wildlife in conjunction with rural development programmes.

File No

IIED-SA9G

Agency

International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

Date

1988

Subject(s)

Environmental Protection

Pages

14

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