1st Edition

Protected Areas and Tourism in Southern Africa
Conservation Goals and Community Livelihoods



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ISBN 9781032044330
March 24, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
304 Pages 5 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This volume discusses the complex relationship between Protected Areas and tourism and their impact on community livelihoods in a range of countries in Southern Africa.

Protected Areas and tourism have an enduring and symbiotic relationship. While Protected Areas offer a desirable setting for tourism products, tourism provides revenue that can contribute to conservation efforts. This can bring benefits to local communities, but it can also have a negative impact, with the establishment of Protected Areas leading to the eviction of local communities from their original places of residence, while also preventing them from accessing the natural resources they once enjoyed. Taking a multi-disciplinary approach, this book addresses the opportunities and challenges faced by communities and other stakeholders as they endeavor to achieve their conservation goals and work towards improving community livelihoods. Case studies from Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe address key issues such as human-wildlife conflicts, ecotourism, wildlife-based tourism, landscape governance, wildlife crop-raiding and trophy hunting, including the high-profile case of Cecil the lion. Chapters highlight both the achievements and positive outcomes of Protected Areas, but also the challenges faced and how this is impacting how Protected Areas are viewed and also conservation priorities more generally. The volume gives these issues affecting Protected Areas, local communities, managers and international conservation efforts center stage in order inform policy and improve practice going forward.

This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of conservation, natural resource management, tourism, sustainable development and African studies, as well as professionals and policymakers involved in conservation policy.

Table of Contents

1. Protected Areas and tourism dynamics in southern Africa: An overview
MOREN T. STONE, LESEGO S. STONE, GOEMEONE E. J. MOGOMOTSI AND PATRICIA K. MOGOMOTSI

PART 1: COMMUNITY-PA RELATIONS: IMPACTS ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES

2. Protected Areas and Tourism Development: A Historical Analysis of the Southern African Experience
BOGA MANATSHA AND BONGANI GLORIOUS GUMBO

3. Community perceptions of protected areas and tourism amidst poverty: Experiences from Southern Africa
HERBERT NTULI AND EDWIN MUCHAPONDWA

4. Ecotourism as a paradigm shift in conservation and community livelihoods in the Southern African region: Opportunities, challenges and lessons learnt
SAID JUMA SULUO AND WINEASTER ANDERSON

5. Tolerance for Wildlife Resources through Community Wildlife-Based Tourism: Implications for Sustainability
CHIEDZA NGONIDZASHE MUTANGA

PART 2: PROTECTED AREAS, TOURISM AND HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONFLICTS DYNAMICS

6. Landscape governance in sub-Saharan Africa
RENE VAN DER DUIM AND ARJAAN PELLIS

7. In the Way of Wildlife: Contestations between Indigenous Peoples’ Livelihood and Conservation
ONTHATILE OLERILE MOETI

8. The socio-economic impacts of wildlife crop-raiding: An assessment of the efficacy of conservation and agricultural land uses reconciliation
EMMANUEL MWAKIWA

9. Protected areas and community-based tourism: the effectiveness of current mitigation techniques in human wildlife conflicts
PATRICIA KEFILWE MOGOMOTSI

PART 3: MANAGING THE WILDLIFE ECONOMY: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

10. Lifting of the hunting ban and the elephant debate in Botswana: Implications for conservation and development in southern Africa
JOSEPH ELIZERI MBAIWA AND EMMANUEL MOGENDE

11. The role of the media and the international community in recent conservation issues in southern Africa: The case of Cecil the lion
GARIKAI CHIMUKA

12. Nature-based tourism resources and climate change in southern Africa: Implications for conservation and development sustainability
KAITANO DUBE

13. International organisations and the ivory sales ban debate: The case of Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana
CAROLINE COX

14. The COVID-19 Pandemic and nature-based tourism in southern Africa
SUSAN SNYMAN

PART 4: Protected areas and tourism practices: policy and practice

15. The adoption of community-based tourism in the proximity of Protected Areas: Implications for policy and practice
OLIVER MTAPURI

16. Militarization of conservation and "shoot to kill" policies: An analysis of policy instruments on the environment and conservation in southern Africa
GOEMEONE, E.J MOGOMOTSI AND PATRICIA KEFILWE MOGOMOTSI

17. Implications of the "High-value, Low-Volume" approach in conservation and tourism resources management
LESEGO, SENYANA STONE AND MOREN TIBABO STONE

18. Promotion of pro-poor tourism in southern Africa: conservation and development critical issues
OWEN GOHORI, PEET VAN DER MERWE AND ANDREA SAAYMAN

19. Contrasting safari and bushmeat hunting in southern Africa: Conservation and development issues
JULIA LAURA VAN VELDEN

PART 5: CONCLUSION

20. A synthesis of protected areas and tourism contributions to conservation and community livelihoods goals in southern Africa: A conclusion
MOREN TIBABO STONE, LESEGO SENYANA STONE, PATRICIA KEFILWE MOGOMOTSI, GOEMEONE EJ MOGOMOTSI

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Biography

Lesego Senyana Stone is a Senior Lecturer in Tourism Management in the Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management, University of Botswana.

Moren Tibabo Stone is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Environmental Science, University of Botswana.

Patricia Kefilwe Mogomotsi is an Associate Professor in Natural Resources Economics in the Department of Economics, University of Botswana.

Goemeone E.J. Mogomotsi is a Senior Executive Assistant to the Vice Chancellor in the University of Botswana. He is also a Senior Lecturer, Department of Law, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Botswana.