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As the Fences Come Down: Emerging Concerns in Transfrontier Conservation Areas

As the Fences Come Down: Emerging Concerns in Transfrontier Conservation Areas
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Contributors: Nicky Shongwe, Steve Osofsky
© 2008 The Wildlife Conservation Society / AHEAD Program

While Transfrontier Conservation Areas represent a major and welcome concept for augmenting economic development and biodiversity conservation, the absence of formal policies on animal disease control in TFCAs could negatively impact public health, agriculture, commerce—even conservation itself. That is why the issue of transmissible diseases must be addressed sooner rather than later.

Author(s): Nicky Shongwe , Steve Osofsky

Publication Date: 2008

Location: Southern Africa

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