M3 – Lesson #4.2 Territorial governance in Biosphere Reserves. The case of Morocco

Lahoucine Amzil, University Mohammed V

Full professor of Geography / Co-Coordinator of Master program on tourism, sustainable development and land management. University Mohammed V, Rabat – Member of several national and international research groups aligned with the scope of Edu-BioMed project – Research team on the Region and Regionalization (E3R) – Centre for Research and Geographical Studies (CERGEO) – LITOPAD/UM5R team – LMI-MediTer/IRD. He is conducting a research project named: “Man and mobility: new identities, new territorialities” in the Arganeraie Biosphere of Southern Morocco M&B.

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