Explore eventos futuros e passados ​​em todo o mundo e online, sejam hospedados pelo CIFOR-ICRAF ou com a participação de nossos pesquisadores.

Découvrez les événements passés et à venir dans le monde entier et en ligne, qu’ils soient organisés par le CIFOR-ICRAF ou auxquels participent nos chercheurs.

Jelajahi acara-acara mendatang dan telah lampau lintas global dan daring, baik itu diselenggarakan oleh CIFOR atau dihadiri para peneliti kami.

Explore eventos próximos y pasados de todo el mundo y en línea, sea que hayan sido organizados por CIFOR-ICRAF o que hayan contado con la asistencia de nuestros investigadores.

{{menu_nowledge_desc}}.

CIFOR–ICRAF publishes over 750 publications every year on agroforestry, forests and climate change, landscape restoration, rights, forest policy and much more – in multiple languages.

Explore upcoming and past events across the globe and online, whether hosted by CIFOR-ICRAF or attended by our researchers.

CIFOR–ICRAF addresses local challenges and opportunities while providing solutions to global problems for forests, landscapes, people and the planet.

We deliver actionable evidence and solutions to transform how land is used and how food is produced: conserving and restoring ecosystems, responding to the global climate, malnutrition, biodiversity and desertification crises. In short, improving people’s lives.

WILDMEAT interventions database: A new database of interventions addressing unsustainable wild meat hunting, consumption and trade

Export citation

The urgent need to manage wild meat for the sake of both local livelihoods and wild ecosystems means that many and varied interventions have been implemented with the aim of increasing the sustainability of wild meat use. Management responsibility for these interventions can rest with different actors, from central governments (which often contract nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) to support their resource management) to private sector concessionaries (e.g. timber companies), or devolved directly to wildlife-hunting communities. Although management goals may be similar—sustainable wildlife populations and local livelihood security—the range of interventions selected, the resources invested and the expertise available differ vastly.
Download:

DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1111/aje.13000
Altmetric score:
Dimensions Citation Count:

Related publications