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Workshop report for legal review validation in Tanzania. Multi-stakeholder engagement to provide feedback on the first draft of the legal analysis report concerning ICCAs.
This Newsletter captures SGP Iran’s experiences and lessons learned on ongoing projects and there is examples of youth, traditional knowledge, ecosystem conservation (animals and plants), women communities, green agriculture and food security, air pollution and urban waste, and energy efficiency criteria.
Analysis of international law, national legislation, judgement and institutions that are relevant to ICCAs in Indonesia
Workshop report on 'Recommendations for integration into relevant policies and laws in Morocco', as part of the ICCA-GSI legal analysis project.
Workshop report on Stocktaking, Coordination and Development of Monitoring Plan Meeting for achieving Aichi Biodiversity Target 11 by 2020. Held in Vilm, Germany on 24-27 April 2019.
Community Landscape Innovations within the Maya Golden Landscape - Water -Land- Food- Energy- Climate Security Nexus towards an empowered and resilient Belize.
This publication is a COMPACT Joint Strategy for the Maloti-Drakensberg Park transboundary world heritage site (WHS) developed is close partnership with SGP Lesotho, SGP South Africa, Ezemvelo KwaZulu Natal Wildlife and Sehlabathebe National Park. Funding for the development of the strategy was from the UNESCO in partnership with the World Heritage Centre.
This publication is the COMPACT Site Strategy for the Maloti-Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site developed by GEF SGP in close partnership with the park authorities, Ezemvelo KwaZulu Natal Wildife (EZKNZW) and SGP Lesotho. Funding for the development of this strategy was from the UNESCO in partnership with the World Heritage Centre. A separate joint strategy for the Maloti-Drakensberg Park Transfrontier World Heritage Site was also developed in partnership with Lesotho and Sehlabathebe National Park.
This publication aims to bring to the fore the voices of over 250 smallholder farmers from KwaZulu Natal Province in South Africa on agro-ecology experiences and practices in areas of Diversity; Soil & Water; Seed and Advocacy. It focuses on contextual best practice, based on the universal principles of agroecology but applied in a specific place (northern KZN, South Africa) and at a particular point in time. While Biowatch has worked in partnership with smallholder farmers for nearly 20 years to promote, test and innovate to refine agroecology practice, the stories in this book are snapshots ...
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