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Biodiversités en Partage Reconfigurations de Ruralités dans le Corridor Forestier Betsileo Tanàla (Madagascar)

By: Hervé Rakoto Ramiarantsoa(Author), Chantal Blanc-Pamard(Author)
275 pages, 12 plates with colour photos and colour maps; b/w illustrations, tables
Biodiversités en Partage
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Language: French

Environmental policies in Madagascar, including conservation of biodiversity, lead to new spatial reorganisations and changes in the relationship between a range of powers and local knowledge in rural areas.

Based on extensive fieldwork, this book analyzes the agrarian practices and strategies to deal with village conservation actions. Centered on the Betsileo Tanàla forest corridor, a strategic landmark of national environmental policy, the book highlights the reconfigurations ruralities imposed by the new environmental dimension of development. It also raises the crucial issue of the fight against poverty in an environmental context.

This detailed analysis, based on new and original data will interest all those concerned with the relationship between the management of biodiversity and rural development in Madagascar and more widely in the South: researchers, teachers and students, but also developers, NGOs and donors.

Summary in French:
Les politiques environnementales à Madagascar, notamment celles de conservation de la biodiversité, induisent de nouvelles recompositions spatiales et modifient l'articulation entre toute une série de pouvoirs et les savoirs locaux dans le monde rural.

À partir d'un important travail de terrain, ce livre analyse les pratiques agraires et les stratégies villageoises face aux actions de conservation. Centré sur le corridor forestier betsileo tanàla, haut-lieu stratégique de la politique environnementale nationale, l'ouvrage met en lumière les reconfigurations des ruralités, imposées par la nouvelle dimension écologique du développement. Il soulève aussi la question cruciale de la lutte contre la pauvreté dans ce contexte environnemental.

Cette analyse fine, qui s'appuie sur des données nouvelles et originales, intéressera tous ceux concernés par les relations entre la gestion de la biodiversité et le développement rural, à Madagascar et plus largement dans les pays du Sud : chercheurs, enseignants et étudiants, mais aussi développeurs, ONG et bailleurs de fonds.

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By: Hervé Rakoto Ramiarantsoa(Author), Chantal Blanc-Pamard(Author)
275 pages, 12 plates with colour photos and colour maps; b/w illustrations, tables
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