MANAGEMENT OPTIONS, LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS AND INCENTIVES
Graham Keet
Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

 

Abstract
There appears to be an increasing interest in the intensive and selective breeding of wildlife in South Africa which may have long-term consequences for the conservation of various species and habitats. The various conservation agencies in South Africa are mandated to, inter alia, conserve wildlife for current and future generations. Consideration of the potential impacts of intensive and selective breeding on natural wildlife populations is required to ensure that this mandate is fulfilled. In this paper, the various management options to avoid, reduce or ameliorate potential impacts will be discussed in relation to the legal provisions which currently regulate the wildlife industry. Finally, the possibility of incentives to encourage the industry to enhance wise and sustainable use wildlife will be discussed.

 

 

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MANAGEMENT OPTIONS, LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS AND INCENTIVES

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