Rural Bushmeat Consumption Within Multiple-use Protected Areas: Qualitative Evidence from Southwest Madagascar

@article{Gardner2014RuralBC,
  title={Rural Bushmeat Consumption Within Multiple-use Protected Areas: Qualitative Evidence from Southwest Madagascar},
  author={C. Gardner and Z. Davies},
  journal={Human Ecology},
  year={2014},
  volume={42},
  pages={21-34}
}
  • C. Gardner, Z. Davies
  • Published 2014
  • Economics
  • Human Ecology
  • Ensuring the sustainability of bushmeat consumption is critical for both biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation in tropical developing countries, yet we know little about the role of hunting and bushmeat consumption in the daily lives of rural communities. We provide the first detailed, qualitative examination of bushmeat hunting activities conducted by a rural community within one of Madagascar’s new, multiple-use protected areas, in order to inform appropriate management strategies… CONTINUE READING
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