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Rosario communications

IX International Rangeland Congress. Workshop entitled Livestock farming embedded in local development: a functional perspective to alleviate vulnerability of farming communities. 2011, April 2 - 3, Rosario (Argentina)

  

Session 1-2 Alleviating vulnerability: role of livestock farming

 

Waquil P. (Brasil) Vulnerability of family livestock farming in Brazil and Uruguay: a comparative analysis in the Livramento-Rivera border 

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Malaquin I. et al. (Uruguay) A conceptual framework to assess the social and territorial sustainability in Uruguayan rangeland

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Metawi H. (Egypt) The contribution of small ruminants in alleviating poverty in arid regions of Egypt

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Aliou I. (Burkina Faso) Livestock farming and livelihood for vulnerable populations

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Dedieu B. et al. (France) Long term dynamics of sheep farming systems in a pastoral region of Southern France: when household and territorial characteristics meet production systems logics

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Nogar L. et al. (Argentina) Small cattlemen facing to globalization in Argentinean Pampa

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Alary V., El Shafie M. et al. (France) Roles of small ruminants in the rural livelihood improvement – Comparative analysis in Egypt

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Ding L. et al. (China) Grazing behaviour of yaks and its energy expenditure in different seasonal pastures

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 Session 3-4 Enhancing livestock farming contribution to local development

 

Long R. et al. (China) Nomads poverty impacts and Tibetan rangeland ecosystem services trade-offs

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Srairi M. (Morroco) Extensive livestock farming in Morocco: from marginal territories to major social and environmental roles

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Coronato F. et al. (Argentina) Rethinking the role of sheep in local development of Patagonia, Argentina

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Castellan-Ortega O. A. et al. (Mexico) When livestock production systems’ resilience is not threaten by exhaustion of natural resources: the case of artisan cheese production systems in central Mexico

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Strankman P. et al. (Canada) Challenges to beef cattle ranching in Special Areas, Alberta, Canada

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Paine M. et al. (New Zealand) West meets South: Maori livestock farming a means to achieve functional integrity?

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Ba A. et al. (Mali) Crop-livestock integration: a landscape approach in southern Mali

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Carvalho S. et al. (Brasil) Between opportunism and persistence: milk production perspectives in Brazilian Amazon Region and links with local development

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Session 5: Short communications / Posters

 

Elsadig A. Elfaki et al. (Sudan) Water harvesting for improved rangeland productivity in Central Butana rangeland, Sudan

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Ferreira M. de A. (Brasil) The importance of forage cactus (Opuntia ficus-indica and Nopalea cochenillifera) on the sustainability of the family system of milk production in Pernambuco-Brasil

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Rayas-Amor A. A. et al. (Mexico) Resilience of small-scale dairy systems of central México, a modelling approach

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Leif Jarle Asheim et al. (Norway) Evaluating grassland feed resource utilization by extensive beef farming

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Yong G. et al (Brasil) The star grass model: A tool for optimizing milk production in small scale dairy systems in the south region of central Mexico

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El Koudrim M. et al. (Morocco) Landownership strategies’ impacts on desertification in « Hauts Plateaux de l’Oriental »

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Gallego F. L. et al. (Spain) Trend analysis of the sheep population in Extremadura (Spain) in the middle of the CAP reform

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Poccard-Chapuis R. et al. (Brazil) New Environmental legislation in Brazilian Amazon Region: increasing family system’s vulnerability?

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 Session 6: Assessing livestock farming functions to sustainable development

 

Gerber P.  (FAO) Assessing environmental services from the livestock sector: methodologies for their quantification and forms of payments / incentives.

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Jousseins C. et al. (France) French farm networks for a global approach of livestock farming

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Poccard–Chapuis R. et al. (Brasil) Developing livestock integrated systems at landscape level in tropical areas: comparison between three case studies in Africa and Brazil

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Lambert-Derkimba A. et al. (France) Assessing the sustainability of pastoral systems and their contribution to the one of territory

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 Session 7:  Strengthen policy to sustain livestock farming

Njoya A. et al. (Cameroon) Enhancing resilience and adaptive capacity of livestock farmers to climate variability and extreme events in the Sahel and Savanna of West and Central Africa

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Touré I. et al. (France) Which specific indicators to monitor the vulnerability of sahelian pastoral system

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Acosta P. (Uruguay) Critical points approach in livestock development policy, Uruguay

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Diop T. et al. (Senegal) Holistic approach as a tool for rangeland sustainable management in the Sahel : lessons from senegal

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