The November 2014 issue of Rural 21 – the International Journal for Rural Development – has a special focus on livestock. The various articles have been brought together to look at both the goods and the bads of livestock.
- Livestock matter -Henning Steinfeld and Jeroen Dijkman (FAO)
- Livestock: recyclers that promote the sustainability of smallholder farms
- Tropical forage-based systems for climate-smart livestock production in Latin America – Michael Peters (CIAT) and colleagues
- Pasture management in Central Asia – regional learning for reform
- Pastoralism and conflict – two sides of a coin?
- Linking poor livestock keepers to markets – Isabelle Baltenweck (ILRI)
- Milk production pays off! – Experiences of a DPPP approach in Northern Sri Lanka
- Food security and poverty mitigation through smallholder dairy – the Zambian case
- Animal husbandry in cities – using potentials, reducing risks
- The insatiable hunger for cheap meat
- Mindsets for sustainability – let’s start with feed!
- What is needed for reducing the greenhouse gas footprint? – Uta Dickhöfer (University of Hohenheim); Klaus Butterbach-Bahl (ILRI) and David Pelster (ILRI)
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