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Title:Environmental security in Southern Africa
Editors:Tevera, Daniel S.ISNI
Moyo, SamISNI
Series:Environmental policy series
City of publisher:Harare
Publisher:SARIPS of SAPES Trust, Regional Office
Geographic term:Southern Africa
natural resource management
environmental policy
water resources
conference papers (form)
Abstract:The SAPES Trust Annual Colloquium on Regional Environmental Security and Natural resources was held at Harare (Zimbabwe) from 27 September to 1 October 1998. This collective volume presents a number of the papers (rewritten by the authors) in four parts. Part I (Environmental security frameworks) presents papers on regional environmental security in southern Africa (Sam Moyo and Daniel Tevera); loss of indigenous knowledge and environmental degradation in colonial Lesotho and Marxist Ethiopia (Meena Singh); community participation, NGOs and IGOs in nature management (Backson Sibanda). Part II (The land issue) includes contributions on the land question and land reform in southern Africa (Sam Moyo); land rights of the Basarwa people in Botswana (Alice Mogwe and Daniel Tevera); cross-border white farmer migrations into Zambia (Gilbert Mudenda); access to land and water resources in Zimbabwe's rural environments (Prosper Matondi). Part III (Water conflicts and insecurity) presents papers on the need to build water institutions to manage the Zambezi (Ashok Swain and Patrik Stalgren); shared water resources and conflicts in the Zambezi River Basin (Tabeth Matiza Chiuta); the SADC Water Protocol (Peter Zhou); economic impacts of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (Khabele Matlosa). Part IV (Cross-cutting issues) concludes with contributions on spatial development initiatives and regional integration in southern Africa (Daniel Tevera and Admos Chimhowu); the Southern African Power Pool, SAPP (Vieira Lopes and Phillip Kundishora). [ASC Leiden abstract]