Sustainable Use of Andean Wildlife and Local Development of Rural Communities in Dry Areas of Latin America: A Commentary

  • Bernardo Peredo Videa

Abstract

Due to its relatively sparse population, lack of development and diverse geography, Bolivia is one of the best places in South America for conserving wildlife. However, the use and commercialization of various native wildlife species without proper management results in diminishing the prospects of conserving those species.

Keywords

Europe Income Argentina Defend Peru 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bernardo Peredo Videa
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  1. 1.Consultant Horizon Solutions Site, BoliviaIPRAVILa PazBolivia

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