Defining core areas of ecological infrastructure to secure rural livelihoods in South Africa

Volume: 27, Pages: 272 - 280
Published: Oct 1, 2017
Abstract
Indigenous communities in South Africa are severely affected by land degradation and global climate change, which lead to decline in the provision of multiple ecosystem services (ES) important for rural livelihoods. Spatial planning towards functional ecological infrastructure (EI) for sustainable rural livelihoods requires evidence-based knowledge about what land covers are of most importance, why, and where they are located. This study...
Paper Details
Title
Defining core areas of ecological infrastructure to secure rural livelihoods in South Africa
Published Date
Oct 1, 2017
Volume
27
Pages
272 - 280
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