In the last decades, the World Bank has been promoting the notion of ‘natural capital’ as an economic means for poverty reduction by marketing nature. The paper will explores the effects of such a policy with reference to hunting tourism. The case study to be presented regards the area of Loliondo, Tanzania, home of the Maasai community.

Hunting tourism and the consumption of the rural. The case of Loliondo, Tanzania

VITALE, Annamaria
2012

Abstract

In the last decades, the World Bank has been promoting the notion of ‘natural capital’ as an economic means for poverty reduction by marketing nature. The paper will explores the effects of such a policy with reference to hunting tourism. The case study to be presented regards the area of Loliondo, Tanzania, home of the Maasai community.
Hunting tourism; Tanzania; Maasai
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