Local perceptions of grassland degradation in China: a socio-anthropological reading of endogenous knowledge and institutional credibility

@article{Zhao2016LocalPO,
  title={Local perceptions of grassland degradation in China: a socio-anthropological reading of endogenous knowledge and institutional credibility},
  author={Heng Zhao and Kārlis Rokpelnis},
  journal={The Journal of Peasant Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={43},
  pages={1206 - 1223}
}
As the third contribution in the ‘Land’ section, this paper explores the interactions between institutional credibility and epistemic diversity within grassland management in China’s Inner Mongolia and Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. It proceeds in two steps. First, a literature review ascertains that privatization of grassland use rights in Inner Mongolia is contested by a local predisposition for pastoral mobility. Advances in rangeland ecology validate the need for mobility, thus highlighting… Expand
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