Gestion Durable des Forêts (GDF) Boîte à outils

Gestion de la faune sauvage

Ce module est destiné aux praticiens, aux décideurs, aux gestionnaires des forêts, aux étudiants et aux autres acteurs intervenant dans la gestion de la faune sauvage. Il donne la définition, indique la valeur et l'importance des ressources fauniques, et en décrit la gestion durable. Il examine également certaines questions d'actualité soulevées au moment où la gestion de la vie sauvage recoupe la sécurité alimentaire, les moyens d'existence et le bien-être; il offre également une perspective axée sur la forêt, s'il y a lieu.

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