Reforming the Land, Reforming the Future

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The study titled “The relationships between land tenure, cattle production, and climate change – A systematic literature review”, recently published in Land Use Policy, explores the connections between land ownership, cattle farming, and climate change in six developing countries with recent land reforms: Mexico, Colombia, and Brazil in Latin America, and Nigeria, South Africa, and Kenya in Africa (Figure 1). The study examines how these reforms impact climate change, particularly regarding the adoption of sustainable livestock farming practices. The study also explores how climate change itself threatens land tenure security and hinders the development of livestock production.

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