Rights, Resources and Rural Development : Community-based Natural Resource Management in Southern Africa

Edited by Christo Fabricius and Eddie Koch, with Hector Magome and Stephen Turner. Earthscan, London.

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PART 1: SYNTHESIS 1 The fundamentals of community-based natural resource
management • 2 Community-based natural resource management and rural
livelihoods • 3 Political economy, governance and community-based
natural resource management • 4 Putting out fires: Does the ‘C’ in CBNRM stand
for community or centrifuge? • 5 Reconciling biodiversity conservation with
rural development: The Holy Grail of CBNRM?

PART 2: CASE STUDIES 6 Community-based natural resource management,
traditional governance and spiritual ecology in southern Africa: The case
of chiefs, diviners and spirit mediums • 7 The contribution of bees to
livelihoods in southern Africa • 8 Everyday resources are valuable
enough for community-based natural resource management programme support:
Evidence from South Africa • 9 Community-based natural resource management in the
Okavango Delta • 10 Local ecological knowledge and the Basarwa in the
Okavango Delta: The case of Xaxaba, Ngamiland District • 11 A land
without fences: Range management in Lesotho • 12 Beach village committees as a
vehicle for community participation: Lake Malombe/Upper Shire River
Participatory Programme • 13 Key issues in Namibia’s communal
conservancy movement • 14 The Torra Conservancy in Namibia • 15 The Tchumo Tchato
project in Mozambique: Community-based natural resource management in
transition • 16 The Richtersveld and Makuleke contractual parks in South
Africa: Win–win for communities and conservation? • 17 The Luangwa
Integrated Rural Development Project, Zambia • 18 Community wildlife
management in Zimbabwe: The case of CAMPFIRE in the Zambezi Valley • 19
New configurations of power around Mafungautsi State Forest in Zimbabwe
Conclusions and recommendations: What we have learned from a decade of
experimentation (23 July 2004 by Christo Fabricius )