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Sustainable natural resource use on the coast of Namibia

Jon I. Barnes

Sustainable natural resource use on the coast of Namibia

by Jon I. Barnes

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Published by Environmental Economics Unit, Directorate of Environmental Affairs, Ministry of Environment and Tourism in Windhoek, Namibia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJonathan I. Barnes and Moira Alberts.
SeriesDEA research discussion paper -- no. 78
ContributionsAlberts, Moira., Namibia. Environmental Economics Unit.
The Physical Object
Pagination36 p. :
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23930423M
LC Control Number2009333140

Rebecca McLain currently works as the Research Program Director for the National Policy Consensus Center, Portland State University, and also as Adjunct Research Faculty for the Institute for. The Sustainable Consumption and Production Hotspots Analysis Tool was developed by UN Environment, the One Planet Network, and the Life Cycle Initiative, in partnership with the International.

Change (UNFCCC) secretariat has produced this book to highlight the concerns and needs of developing countries in adapting to the effects of climate change. This book outlines the impact of climate change in four developing country regions: Africa, Asia, Latin America and small island developing States; the vulnerability of these regions. About. AgriConsult Namibia was formed in by Dr. Axel Rothauge, animal scientist and rangeland specialist with professional experience since (in Namibia and regionally in SADC).Title: AgriConsult Namibia's .

Luke has a bachelor’s degree in sustainable agriculture from the University of Missouri and a master’s degree in horticulture from the University of Arkansas. Before coming to NCAT he worked for the Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture under the direction of former NCAT staff member George Kuepper. It's called the National Community-Based Natural Resource Management Program or CBNRM. The program includes conservancies and community forests and is both a conservation and rural development initiative, improving rural livelihoods while ensuring the sustainable use of natural resources and the protection of the environment.


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The Community Conservation Fund of Namibia has been designed assure the sustainability of the Namibian CBNRM Programme, and further improve the capacity of local communities to be the stewards of their natural resources, to derive benefits from them, and.

The Natural Resources Working Group is a voluntary association of natural resource specialists from NGOs and government ministries that work collectively to support conservancies and improve natural resource management in Namibia.

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Windhoek, Namibia: Environmental Economics Unit, Directorate of Environmental Affairs, Ministry of. Ministry of Environment and Tourism Namibia. The mission of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism is to promote biodiversity conservation in the Namibian environment through the sustainable utilization of natural resources and tourism development for the maximum social and economic benefit of its citizens.

The main goal of this project is to promote sustainable natural resource management by giving local communities rights to wildlife management and tourism. Inthe Government of Namibia introduced legislation giving communities the power to create their own conservancies.

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Community based natural resource management (CBNRM) creates an environment where people in communal areas can actively manage their ecosystems. This concept has been known for centuries, but ever since its independence, Namibia has steadily given more rights to the local communities to manage their natural resources.

The Water Act 54 of and much of the environmental legislation were outdated and in serious need of revision. These laws needed to be brought in line with the new constitution, the ideals of community-based natural resource management, sustainable natural resource use and the development priorities and realities of post-independence makethemworkforyou.com by: 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. Sustainable Economic Development: Resources, Environment, and Institutions presents 25 articles that lay the foundations of sustainable development in a way that facilitates effective policy makethemworkforyou.com editors mix broad thematic papers with focused micro-papers, balancing theories with policy designs.

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Child, B., G. Child, J. Jones, S. Watts, and J. Cooper. Key policy Bottlenecks and Challenges to Sustainable Use of Natural Resources in Southern Africa. In Bihini Won wa Musiti, ed. Child, 2nd Pan-African Symposium on the Sustainable Use of Natural Resources in Africa, IUCN Sustainable Use Specialist Group, IUCN Gland.

Child, B. Oct 29,  · Barnes JI, Alberts M () Sustainable tourism options for the coastal zone of Namibia and refinement of available data on coastal natural resource use practices. Namibian Coast Conservation and Management (NACOMA) Project, Ministry of Environment and Tourism, Windhoek Google ScholarAuthor: J.

Barnes, O. Nhuleipo, A. Baker, P. Muteyauli, V. Shigwedha. Jul 07,  · Sustainability in Engineering Management. In David T. Allen and David R. Shonnard’s book, Sustainable engineering: An introduction to sustainability, the authors note that “growing populations and affluence, around the globe, have put increasing pressure on air and water, arable land, and raw materials.

Concern over the ability of natural. Background: The Republic of Namibia is a vast, sparsely populated country situated along the south Atlantic coast of Africa. It is the first country in the world that has incorporated the protection of the environment into its constitution.

natural resource use must be ensured by peer assessment, in line with the preferences of the local communities. The African Union has come a long way since transport, natural gas could represent an interesting alternative to imported oil products. Figure 1: Projection of the urban population in sub-Saharan Africa by (CIESIN et al and UN ), estimated natural gas reserves in Mozambique and Tanzania (Ledesma ) and major proven natural gas reserves in Africa (BP.

The African Natural Resources Centre is a non-lending department of the African Development Bank (AfDB)with a mandate to assist African countries maximize development outcomes derived from natural resources. The Centre boosts the capacity of African countries to achieve inclusive and sustained growth from natural resources.

The concept of Transboundary Natural Resource Management (TBNRM) has, Iona-Skeleton Coast TFCA Angola and Namibia MoU signed 1 August 8. Liuwa Plain-Kameia TFCA Angola and Zambia Conceptual phase the enforcement of laws governing resources and their sustainable use.

Article 4(f) of this Protocol commits the SADC member states to Cited by: 2.Globally, there has been a surge of interest in designating areas of the seas as marine reserves and protected areas to maintain and conserve marine species and habitats threatened by human activities.

There is a growing consensus that living marine resources require more stringent protections.Matching resource use needs with resource status and population dynamics of target species in Transkei Coastal Forests to sustain resource use, Port St.

Johns Forest Estate, South Africa C.J. Geldenhuys & S.G. Cawe Multiple resource use for diverse needs: The impact of policy on resource use in Mozambique: A case study of Pidanganga