Benefits of wildlife consumption to childhood nutrition in a biodiversity hotspot
BJ Rodolph Rasolofoniaina, Christopher Golden, Claire Kremen, Lia Fernald
Africa, childhood health, ecosystem services, epidemiology, hunting, Madagascar, protected areas, wildlife consumption
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States
This study quantifies the costs of reduced access to wildlife for a rural community in Madagascar and illuminates pathways that may broadly link reduced natural resource access to declines in childhood health, including conservation enforcement.