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Call for papers S.A.P.I.EN.S

Call for papers on Large-Scale Restoration of Ecosystems.

S.A.P.I.EN.S journal of Veolia Environment Institute is calling for papers on how large-scale restoration can stimulate sustainable development. …  

31 Oct 2013 | Downloads - document

LCF Guide

Guide to investing in locally controlled forestry

This guide to Investing in Locally Controlled Forestry (ILCF) is an outcome of the Growing Forest Partnerships initiative that engaged The Forests Dialogue to co-ordinate 11 wideranging dialogues involving investors, rights-holders, governments, donors and others on this topic. It is primarily a tool for practical action and its advice draws on strong evidence showing that locally-controlled forestry enterprises can be successful, sustainable and profitable for all stakeholders. It offers a market-based view of development, rooted in an understanding of the globalised, free-market economy, and concentrates on a role for Small Medium Entreprises (SMEs) – the ‘missing middle’ of many developing economies. …  

03 Oct 2013 | Downloads - publication

Children planting in Thailand

Review of Poverty Reduction in the Doi Mae Salong Landscape Project

Between 2007 and 2010, IUCN’s Thailand Programme implemented a project in Doi Mae Salong (DMS), Chiang Rai Province, in collaboration with the Royal Thai Armed Forces (RTAF) and other partners. This project was part of IUCN’s global Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy (LLS). …  

29 Aug 2013 | Downloads - publication

REDD+ Benefit Sharing-Co-chair's Summary Report

IUCN and The Forests Dialogue Latest REDD+ Benefit Sharing Discussion Summary Report Now Available

 The Co-chairs’ summary report highlights key issues, questions, conclusions and next steps related to REDD+ Benefit Sharing mechanisms, discussed by an international group of experts at the latest scoping dialogue on REDD+ benefit sharing. …  

07 Aug 2013 | Downloads - publication

Using economic tools at the landscape level

Rethinking economics, markets and incentives

Based on a review of the experiences gained during the course of LLS, this paper documents insights and lessons about using markets and incentives to strengthen forest landscapes and livelihoods. It aims to interrogate just what a ‘landscape approach’ means in economic terms, to identify how markets can be used to generate incentives to share forest benefits more equitably and sustainably, and to highlight which kinds of approaches and ‘packages’ of interventions can assist in this. …  

22 Jul 2013 | Downloads - publication

Cover of arborvitae Issue 44

arborvitae Issue 44 - Forests: a legal challenge

  • Where there is no title: Security of tenure is neither a sufficient nor a necessary condition for trust and confidence about future benefits.
  • Feature: Customary laws can have a significant influence on access to – and use of – land and forests in many countries.
  • Tigers or tribals: The rules set down in the law certainly fall short of expectations and make its implementation difficult.
 

31 Oct 2011 | Downloads - publication

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North Sea Oil Spill - Update to IUCN's Council Private Sector Task Force

An update from IUCN Director General Julia Marton-Lefèvre to the IUCN Council Private Sector Task Force concerning Shell's recent oil spill in the North Sea. …  

17 Aug 2011 | Downloads - document
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ICCM's Good Practice Guide on Indigenous Peoples and Mining now available in French and Spanish

ICMM's Good Practice Guide on Indigenous Peoples and Mining is now available in French and Spanish. …  

02 May 2011 | Downloads - publication
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Sustainable tourism and natural World Heritage

Sustainable tourism and natural World Heritage : priorities for action

Sustainable tourism and natural World Heritage : priorities for action …  

24 Mar 2011 | Downloads - publication

A meeting of forestry schools in Mbalmayo, Cameroon

The value of investing in locally-controlled forestry

Forests are a good investment option. In the words of one of the world’s leading international news and business weeklies: 

28 Jan 2011 | Downloads - document

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