Conserving Wildlife on Private Land: The Legal Framework for Landownership and New Tools for Land Conservation in Kenya

@inproceedings{Gitahi2011ConservingWO,
  title={Conserving Wildlife on Private Land: The Legal Framework for Landownership and New Tools for Land Conservation in Kenya},
  author={Nyokabi Gitahi},
  year={2011}
}
The threat to wildlife conservation in Kenya continues to escalate, largely because of an increase in habitat fragmentation, land use change, and human population pressure. To maintain viable populations of native wildlife, lands outside protected areas must be conserved through innovative measures. This paper describes the legal framework for landownership in Kenya and existing legal mechanisms used to conserve wildlife habitat and recommends new tools for land conservation on private land. We… 

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