International e-workshop: Pastoralism and Sustainable Development, July 14-15, 2021
Announcement & Call for Abstracts
The two-day e-workshop “Pastoralism and Sustainable Development” will take place online (via the Zoom platform) on July 14-15, 2021. The international e-workshop is organized in the framework of PACTORES project (Pastoral ACTORs, Ecosystem services and Society as key elements of agro-pastoral systems in the Mediterranean) (http://www.pactores.eu), funded within ERANET-MED program (project code: ERANETMED2-72-303).
The e-workshop will serve as a forum for the exchange of insights, ideas and good practices regarding the multifaceted nexus between pastoralism (including agro-pastoralism, silvo-pastoralism, and agro-silvo-pastoralism) and sustainable development (including the Sustainable Development Goals - SDGs) in the Mediterranean and beyond.
The path to greener pastures
Here is an excellent report about the future of pastoralism, which was an important topic of discussion at the ICG XII in Antalya, during the very popular Agro-Sylvo-Pastoralism Workshop. Although globally, pastoralism is not limited to small ruminants, in nearly every ecological niche, goats and sheep are an important part of pastoralist livelihoods.
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