4 edition of Contesting forestry in West Africa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Reginald Cline-Cole, Clare Madge.|
|Series||The making of modern Africa|
|Contributions||Cline-Cole, R. A., Madge, Clare.|
|LC Classifications||SD242.A358 C66 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 324 p. :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||00135273|
Contesting French West Africa is a must-read for Africanists and scholars of the French empire in West Africa."—Harrouna Malgoubri, H-Africa “In his well-documented and enlightening study, Contesting French West Africa, Harry Gamble homes in on educational policy to explore the attempts to guide the federation’s development. Three regions in Africa are of particular concern: The first is Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire, which both experienced dramatic losses in primary forest cover between and .
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Contesting French West Africa critically examines the move toward educational integration that took shape during the immediate postwar period. Growing linkages to the metropolitan school system ultimately had powerful impacts on the course of decolonization and the making of postcolonial Africa. Policies and laws relating to forests and water began to change in the late s and early s as a result of political and administrative changes within South Africa. This book suggests that the country’s contemporary policies towards timber plantations, guided by the National Water Act of , need to be reconsidered in light of the.
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Ultimately, Contesting Forestry in West Africa addresses the regulation of the ecological and environmental in the realm of the social and cultural; and demonstrates how these different realms (re-)shape each other in the elaboration of a regional "forestry" and its associated landscapes.
Contesting Forestry in West Africa. [Reginald Cline-Cole; Clare Madge] -- "This title was first published in This study looks at the contestation of forestry in West Africa, taking into account historical considerations, cultural negotiations and environmental Your Web browser is.
Contesting forestry in West Africa. The value of the linked processes of construction, situation and contestation in producing a nuanced understanding of forestry in a multiplicity of contexts is demonstrated, using case studies from West Africa. Save on Contesting Forestry in West Africa by Reginald Cline-Cole.
Shop your textbooks from Zookal AU today. This title was first published in This study looks at the contestation of forestry in West Africa, taking into account historical considerations, cultural negotiations and environmental issues.
LOCAL VALUES AND FOREST DYNAMICS Contesting Forestry in West Africa. Edited by REGINALD CLINE-COLE and CLARE MADGE. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, Pp. xi+ £ (). " Contesting French West Africa provides critical insight into colonial policy and practice. It will be essential reading for colonial historians, and provides critical context for readers of accounts such as the one written by Camara Laye."—Kathleen Keller, H-France Review (Kathleen Keller H-France Review)Author: Harry Gamble.
The State of Forestry in Africa: Opportunities and Challenges AFF Book This issue provides a broad overview of some of the most pressing concerns in the forestry sector, with the intention that subsequent issues of this publication will dwell on other equally important concerns that could not be accommodated in this issue.
Sustainable Forest Management in Africa Forest goods vulnerability to climate change in West Africa: Voices from local communities on medicinal plants and prescribed actions for adaptation M. Idinoba, F.B. Kalame, Y. Coulibaly, J.
Nkem, B. Gyampoh & S. Lartey Towards sustainable forest management in Ghana: Understanding the climatic. local industries. Earlier books on the dry forests and woodlands focused on the Miombo woodlands of southern Africa, but this book covers the entire area of the dry forests in sub-Saharan Africa.
The value of the book is the link it provides between the available resources of the dry forests and woodlands, and the use and management of their.
25 New Books by African Writers You Should Read Tahar Ben Jelloun, A. Igoni Barrett, Yaa Gyasi, and many more. By Aaron Bady. February 2, Social media was just a couple of years old and it was either get published in the West, or you were pretty much voiceless. In the first year, we just published an extended circle of writers we knew.
Record number: Title: Local values and forest dynamics [Review of: Contesting Forestry in West Africa. Edited by REGINALD CLINE-COLE and CLARE MADGE. Overview – The Upper Guinean Forests of West Africa is a global biodiversity hotspot—a biogeographic region with significant amount of biodiversity that is threatened with destruction.
The forests are home to an exceptional concentration of vulnerable, threatened, or endangered species as defined by the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Flora and Fauna (CITES. topics: agropastoralisme, elevage, savane, arbre, deforestation, foret dense, contact foret savane, paturage, impact sur l'environnement, desertification, dynamique.
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Harry Gamble. The Cult of. So the forests across the West are dying, in such large numbers that U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar called it the West’s Hurricane Katrina.
In Colorado and southern Wyoming, the U.S. Forest Service has created an emergency management team to cut down dead trees around towns and along roads and power lines.
The remaining forests and woodlands of Guinea play a critical role in preserving biodiversity in West Africa. A number of these forests are found in Guinea’s highlands, known as the“water tower” of West Africa because they provide a source of water to many of the region’s rivers, including the Niger, Senegal, and Gambia Rivers.
Forestry South Africa (FSA) FSA is an association representing interests of large, medium and small-scale timber growers in South Africa.
Over 90% of all timber growers in South Africa make up the membership. The Forestry Commission has given some private companies the green light to move into forests in the Upper East and West Regions to salvage rosewood logs despite a ban on the commodity.
West Africa 73 15 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ Total Guinea forest of West Africa and Eastern Arc mountain forests in East Africa are recognized as. West Africa is west of an imagined north-south axis lying close to 10° east longitude. The Atlantic Ocean forms the western and southern borders of the West African region.
The northern border is the Sahara Desert, with the Ranishanu Bend generally considered the northernmost part of the region. The eastern border is less precise, with some placing it at the Benue Trough, and others on a line.
Africa and West-Africa in particular involuntarily supplied a significant amount of resources in slaves, minerals, as well as farm and forest produce. Again, in Africa, environmental issues have been a perennial concern for historical and physical geographers, anthropologists, archaeologists and .The forest-farm interface is a mosaic landscape of integrated management and production practices that combines agricultural, forest and livestock land uses.
The interface is not a discrete line separating farms and forests but is a complex geographic and temporal mosaic of agricultural and forest land uses shifting across landscapes typically used by smallholders.Cowrie Shells in West Africa.
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