An Inquiry Into the Net Benefits of the Reinterpretation of Res Nulluis on Land Use in Southern Africa and its impact on t...
SOUTHERN WHITE RHINO
 
 
 
X
 
 
 
 
 
 
2,800 Rhino (+/-) On 3 Million Hectares (+/-)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
24 Million Hectares
 
 
Externalities  ?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Sustainable Use and the Private Ownership of Wildlife

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This slide show accompanies my talk on the most significant development in the history of the environmental movement: the change in law in several Southern African countries which gave de-facto ownership of wildlife to landowners - and resulted in a population explosion of many species, including endangered and threatened species.
Keywprds: Environment, Biodiversity, Sustainability, Sustainable use, CBNRM, CAMPFIRE, Bamibia, Africa, Wildlife, Rhino, Hunting

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Sustainable Use and the Private Ownership of Wildlife

  1. 1. An Inquiry Into the Net Benefits of the Reinterpretation of Res Nulluis on Land Use in Southern Africa and its impact on the Environmental Externalities associated with Biodiversity
  2. 2. SOUTHERN WHITE RHINO
  3. 6. X
  4. 13. 2,800 Rhino (+/-) On 3 Million Hectares (+/-)
  5. 22. 24 Million Hectares
  6. 25. Externalities ?

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