Food and forests: understanding agriculture and conservation trade-offs in Zambia
Briefings (non-specific), 6 pages
In Zambia as in many countries in Africa, policymakers need to better understand and manage the major trade-offs — existing and future — between two competing objectives: increasing agricultural production to meet growing domestic food demand and conserving nature. This briefing explores this issue within the national context in Zambia, and makes suggestions for the way forward.
How to cite:
Hou Jones, X., Mwitwa, J., Franks, P. (2020). Food and forests: understanding agriculture and conservation trade-offs in Zambia.https://www.iied.org/x00230