Traditional herders face uncertain future, forum hears

  LIMA, Peru—African herders who have traditionally moved livestock from place to place, following seasonal forage and water supplies, increasingly find their old paths blocked by land speculators and investors, experts say. In other parts of the world too, similar problems plague indigenous people who practice shifting cultivation in forests, clearing small plots of land... Read more

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