2 edition of Wildlife resource accounts for Namibia, 2004 found in the catalog.
Wildlife resource accounts for Namibia, 2004
by Environmental Economics Unit, Directorate of Environmental Affairs, Ministry of Environment and Tourism in Windhoek, Namibia
Written in English
|Statement||J.I. Barnes ... [et. al.].|
|Series||DEA research discussion paper -- no. 79|
|Contributions||Barnes, Jon I., Namibia. Environmental Economics Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 32 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||2009333021|
Wildlife: The impacts of improving and refining the protected area network on wildlife have been impressive. Ongoing monitoring of wildlife numbers is led by the MET, and both conservancies and national parks make use of an Incident Book or Event Book System to monitor a range of activities, events and statistics with regard to wildlife. Online, on the app, and in print, the – Georgia Hunting Seasons and Regulations Guide is available, announces the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources .
Prehistoric era. The area of modern Zambia is known to have been inhabited by the Khoisan until around AD , when migrating Bantu began to settle around these areas. These early hunter-gatherer groups were later either annihilated or absorbed by subsequent more organised Bantu groups.. Archaeological excavation work on the Zambezi Valley and Kalambo Falls show a . The Namib (/ ˈ n æ m iː b /; Portuguese: Namibe) is a coastal desert in southern name Namib is of Khoekhoegowab origin and means "vast place". According to the broadest definition, the Namib stretches for more than 2, kilometres (1, mi) along the Atlantic coasts of Angola, Namibia, and South Africa, extending southward from the Carunjamba River in Angola, through Namibia.
incentives to protect wildlife was deadly for animals and the environment. As Alpert (, p. ) notes: ―[t]rade [generated by poaching] in ivory, horn, feather, and skins reduced wildlife populations by up to 90%.‖ In addition, poverty levels in rural Namibia were high and CBNRM was viewed as a way to drive rural economic. Table 5. Spending of a conservancy on community benefits in and 54 References 70 Annex 1. Trends in wildlife numbers in Namibian Conservancies 75 Annex 2. Income derived by conservancies 78 Annex 3. Summary of the Event Book Monitoring System 80 Annex 4.
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The wildlife use sector represented % of national GNP in Its contribution will likely triple in the next 30 years as the sector reaches potential. Namibia’s standing wildlife assets in were estimated to have a value of N$ billion, a value comparable with those estimated for fish and : J.
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the book Namibia’s Communal Conservancies - A Review of Progress and Challenges. Wilderness Safaris and Torra Conservancy’s Damaraland Camp: World Travel & Tourism Council ‘Tourism for Tomorrow Award’ (Conservation Award).
Beaven Munali (IRDNC Caprivi): Nedbank Namibia and NNF ‘Go Green Environmental Award’. Development in Namibia is linked to its natural resources: land, water, minerals and wildlife.
Agriculture, mining and tourism are the backbone of Namibia’s economy. They also compete for the right to use limited water 2004 book land resources. In this dry landscape, water is vitally important, and sustainable water use is a big challenge.
Ministry of Environment and Tourism Namibia. The mission of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism is to 2004 book biodiversity conservation in the Namibian environment through the sustainable utilization of natural resources and tourism development for the maximum social and economic benefit of its citizens.
There are worrying signs that Namibia’s legendary wild game numbers may be plummeting. Four years ago the Namibian Professional Hunters Association raised an alarm about the lack of huntable elephant bulls in the Caprivi region, where the number of communal conservancies had grown from one in to 15 today.
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Wildlife resource accounts for Namibia, DEA Research Discussion Paper Number June Ministry of Environment and Tourism, Windhoek, Namibia. BARNES, J.I. & de JAGER, J.L.V. () Economic and financial incentives for wildlife use on private land in Namibia and the implications for policy.
Facebook Twitter reddit LinkedIn Before independence inwildlife populations in Namibia’s communal areas were plummeting as a result of extensive poaching during prolonged military occupation. By applying lessons from neighbouring countries’ attempts at community-based natural resource management (CBNRM), and through its own earlier successes in devolving wildlife.
resources in their lands. The delegation of control over the wildlife resources from central government to local communities in communal land, is now possible through the development of wildlife and natural resource "conservancies"1.
The use of wildlife in Namibia has involved non-consumptive tourism, consumptive. Welcome to The Wildlife Society’s online bookstore. In conjunction with our partner the Johns Hopkins University Press, we publish books on popular topics in wildlife conservation and management. TWS members receive a 30% discount on these titles.
Use the code HTWS at checkout. Clicking any of the links below will take you to the purchase page at the Johns. The hunting of Voortrekker, an iconic Namibian desert elephant, for just R has sparked the debate on whether Namibia’s wildlife is thriving or flailing.
A recent publication raises shocking questions about what looks like a flawed conservation approach. Namibia has been recognised internationally as a world leader in Community Based Natural Resource. Barnes, J.I. () Economic returns and allocation of resources in the wildlife sector of Botswana.
South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 31, – Barnes, J.I., MacGregor, J. & Weaver, C.L. () Economic efficiency and incentives for change within Namibia’s community wildlife use initiatives. The government has fired the director of policy, planning and economics in the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources.
For years, Anna Erastus headed the directorate responsible for. National Resources. Natural Resources. Namibia is not only rich in natural resources in terms of incredible landscapes, wildlife and flora, it is also blessed with an abundance of natural energy sources in the form of natural gas, wind, sun and biomass.
Rich mineral deposits as well as the presence of uranium greatly increases the country’s. wildlife species (Table 3), a figure roughly similar to the number of domesticated livestock .
Wildlife—defined here as all wild animals other than fish and forest dwelling invertebrates—as a resource, is complex, as it comprises all wild animal life, both vertebrates (mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians) and invertebrates .
Namibia was the first African country to incorporate protection of the environment into its constitution, and the government has reinforced this by giving its communities the opportunity and rights to manage their wildlife through communal conservancies.
Today, over 43% of Namibia’s surface area is under conservation management. Etosha is Namibia’s wildlife safari heartland and is best known national park and its silver salt pan shimmers in the heat haze, covering a large portion of the northern landmass, whilst open savannah plains, acacia woodlands and water holes characterise the south.
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The .Namibian Environment & Wildlife Society (NEWS), Windhoek, Namibia. K likes. NEWS is a national, membership-based, non-profit organisation. A few stats that illustrate Namibia’s success Inthe WWF reported that there’d been a 47% increase in wildlife sightings in Namibia since ; Namibia’s elephant population has risen from aro to 20, in the last decade; In the northwest of the country, where lions were down to under two dozen, they now total.