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Collective Action and Property Rights for Sustainable Rangeland Management

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Type: Working Paper
Author: Mwangi, Esther
Date: 2005
Agency: CGIAR Systemwide Program on Collective Action and Property Rights, Washington, DC, USA
Series: CAPRi Research Brief
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/3683
Sector: General & Multiple Resources
Land Tenure & Use
Subject(s): collective action
property rights
Abstract: "This set of research briefs presents a summary of research work undertaken jointly by the International Livestock Research Institute, the International Food Policy Research Institute, and the University of Gottingen. It also includes contributions from other authors who share a similar interest in the sustainable use and management of rangeland resources. "The research explores the roles of collective action and property rights in influencing incentives for rangeland management. At the same time, research presented here also highlights the role of both external and internal factors in influencing the evolution of property rights and the collective capacities of groups to manage natural resources within the context of environmental variability. Both dimensions of research provide a deeper reflection on how policies can be crafted to enhance rural livelihoods while sustaining the rangeland resource base."

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