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2023
Sunday, January 1st
12:00 AM

Can Changing Breeding Structure Serve as a Climate Adaptation Strategy? Evidence from a Comparative Study of China and Mongolia

Y. Zhang, Lanzhou University, China
Z. Huang, Lanzhou University, China
J. Wang, Lanzhou University, China
Y. Huang, Lanzhou University, China
T. Hao, Lanzhou University, China
G. Xu, Lanzhou University, China

Covington, KY

12:00 AM

Fencing Lands to Enhanced Climate Change Resilience, Promoting biodiversity regeneration and Improved Livelihoods of Climate Change in Makueni County

Frank Wesonga, African Alliance for Health, Research and Economic Development, Kenya
Francis Keya, National Non-Government Council (NGO) Kenya

The Impacts of Collective Action in Common-Pool Resources ——Evidence From the Field of Grassland Use

Wang Jizhe, Lanzhou University, China
Liu Min, Lanzhou University, China
Nie Zihan, Beijing Normal University at Zhuhai, China

Saving Rangelands from Pastoralists? Understanding the Long-Term Socio-Ecological Consequences of the Current Rangeland Conservation Model in the Indian Himalaya

Rashmi Singh, Ambedkar University Delhi, India

Collaborative Management of Common Pasture Resources: Institutional Concerns on Sustainable Pasture use in Mongolia

Nyamdorj Doljinsuren, University of Finance and Economics, Mongolia
Tserendash Sainkhuu, Mongolian Academy of Agriculture Sciences, Mongolia
Ariunbold Batkhuu, Mongolian University of Life Sciences, Mongolia

Applying the Transdisciplinary Adaptive Systemic Approach to Securing the Long-Term Future of Grassland Ecosystems

C. G. Palmer, Rhodes University, South Africa
Z. W. Tessema, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
A. Bantider, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
B. Gusha, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
J. Tanner, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Below Ground Benefits of Cactus Opuntia stricta Under Rangeland Conditions in Laikipia, Kenya

K. T. Oduor, University of Florida
Jose C. B. Dubeux, University of Florida
W. O. Owino, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya
M. Ruiz-Moreno, University of Florida
L. M. D. Queiroz, University of Florida
I. L. Bretas, University of Florida

CHALLENGES OF GRASSLAND POLICIES IMPLEMENTATION IN KENYA AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

N. Daari, Mekerere University, Kenya

Applying the Concepts of Animal Husbandry to Human Health

John Madany

A New Soil Erosion Model for Alpine Meadow in the Source Park of the Yellow River, Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China

Huilong Lin, Lanzhou University, China
Rong Tang, Lanzhou University, China

Barriers/Drivers of Diverse Perennial Systems: Policy Recommendations

M. L. Krome, Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
A. S. Finan, St. Cloud State University
J. Obudzinski, St. Cloud State University
N. Serrano

Grasslands, Rangelands, Pastoralists – What Do We Mean?

D. M. Kelly, University of Southern Queensland in Dubai
Ann Waters-Bayer, Agrecol Association, Germany
K. L. Johnson, Norwegian Institute for Water Research, Norway
Maryam Niamir-Fuller, International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists
Chris Magero, International Union for Conservation of Nature, Switzerland
Tungalag Ulambayer, Saruul Khuduu Environmental Research & Consulting, Mongolia

Public policies for the Development of a Sustainable, Forage-Based Cattle Sector in Colombia, Argentina, and Costa Rica: A Comparative Analysis

S. Burkart, The Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT, Colombia
M. Diaz, University of Hohenheim, Germany
Moreno Lerma

Curbing Crop Farmers and Herders Clashes in Nigeria: The Ranching Option

T. T. Akpensuen, University of Jos, Nigeria
M. B. Foreman, University of Jos, Nigeria