Transboundary management of natural resources and the importance of a "One Health" approach: Perspectives on Southern Africa
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This book chapter develops the concept that wildlife, livestock, and human health are all interrelated. In the "one health" approach, Osofsky (et al.) argue that it is best to create comprehensive policy to address the struggles of all three. Through outlining the history of the livestock and wildlife interface, it is demonstrated that the removal of fencing which inhibits wildlife migration patterns can actually contribute economically through inspiring greater levels of ecotourism.