HREAT TO ANIMAL CARRYING CAPACITY AND LAND DOMAIN IN TOGO: CASE OF NORTHERN SAVANNA
The populations of the northern savannahs of Togo draw most of the resources they need for their subsistence from their environment. Food products, fodder, wood for crafts, but above all construction and firewood, traditional medicine products, etc. The natural environment! provides in addition to other needs other functions: in fact, vegetation provides shelter for humans and animals, protects the soil against erosion and maintains its fertility, etc.This vegetation also forms the privileged support of the spiritual life of a good number of local populations through the fetish trees and the sacred woods. Similarly, this vegetation provides an important socio-cultural function real since it nourishes the spiritual life of a good number of natives.
K. AKIBODE, Ayéchoro
"MENACE SUR LA CAPACITE DE CHARGE ANIMALE ET HUMAINE DES TERRES AU TOGO: CAS DES SAVANES SEPTENTRIONALES,"
Dirassat: Vol. 8, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/dirassat/vol8/iss8/15