Transhumance in the summering area of the Conquense Drove Road, Spain

The objectives for the research team were to get people to think about relationships and possible futures, to evaluate the robustness of alternative polices across different futures, to give policy insights, to create a space for debate between stakeholders with different interests and needs, where they could (as comfortably as possible) deal with their conflicts, to allow for cross-pollination between different perspectives on the challenges extensive livestock raising is currently facing and might face in the future.

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Spain

Teruel, Cuenca, and Guadalajara provinces

2010

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Elisa Oteros-Rozas

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Elisa Oteros-Rozas

Transhumance in the summering area of the Conquense Drove Road, Spain

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Oteros-Rozas, E., B. Martín-López, C. A. López, I. Palomo, and J. A. González. 2013. Envisioning the future of transhumant pastoralism through participatory scenario planning: a case study in Spain. The Rangeland Journal 35(3):251-272

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