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Livestock in a Changing Landscape, Volume 2 Experiences and Regional Perspectives

Edited By: Pierre Gerber and Harold A Mooney
Publisher: Island Press
Livestock in a Changing Landscape, Volume 2
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This volume explores the needs and draws experience from region-specific contexts and detailed case studies. The case studies describe how drivers and consequences of change play out in specific geographical areas, and how public and private responses are shaped and implemented.

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Henning Steinfeld, chief, Livestock Information, Sector Analysis and Policy Branch, FAO. Harold A. Mooney, professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University. Fritz Schneider, vice director, Swiss College of Agriculture, Bern University of Applied Sciences. Laurie E. Neville, program coordinator, Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University. Pierre Gerber, livestock policy officer, Livestock Information, Sector Analysis and Policy Branch, FAO. Jeroen Dijkman, livestock development officer, Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative, Sector Analysis and Policy Branch, FAO. Shirley Tarawali, director, People, Livestock, and the Environment Theme, ILRI. Cees de Haan, retired livestock development advisor; currently a consultant at World Bank.
Edited By: Pierre Gerber and Harold A Mooney
Publisher: Island Press
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