Written by environmental practitioners from across the region, the Monograph is a window onto environmental challenges in a diversity of African contexts. These contexts include Malawian officials and community leaders, new to multi-level governance, taking up the challenge of environmental management in villages and districts; Ugandan small-scale farmers in partnership with NGOs trying to produce sustainably for the household and the international market; and government-civil society partnerships in South Africa, where the political transformation of the education system introduced a focus on environment and human rights in the national school curriculum. Other contributions from South Africa, Angola, Lesotho, Zambia and Zimbabwe, open onto yet more contexts of environmental practice: industry reporting, environmental management, research, philosophy, the media, conservation, the seeking out of indigenous knowledge.This collection of papers provides non-specialists and scholars alike with:
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