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Landscape management
 
News Story
12 June 2015
Experts call for landscape approach in institutional planning

Global development is moving with great speed. The scale of the global land use change is so rapid that it affects Earth’s orbit, pointing at the increasing interconnectedness of socio-economic activities and the environment, unraveling the links that we, perhaps, have not imagined before.

Gender and equality
Health and nutrition
 
News Story
1 May 2015
Water for food security and nutrition – HLPE preliminary findings denote water governance failures

Global Committee on Food Security (CFS) requested the High Level Panel of Experts (HLPE) to analyze the latest evidence-based information on the use of water for food and nutrition and synthesize it into actionable recommendations for public and private sectors as well as for civil society.

Health and nutrition
Landscape management
Agriculture Transformation In Low-Income Countries Under Environmental Change
 
Event
10 March 2015
How to Feed Nine Billion within the Planet’s Boundaries

Developing effective and sustainable ways forward is of high-priority, but there is no one size fits all solution. Agroecology advocates claim to offer a holistic approach which realizes key...

Climate change and resource conflict
 
News Story
27 February 2015
Apply for the NIRAS Young Professionals Academy

NIRAS International Consulting is looking for talented and highly motivated graduates for their Young Professional Academy (NYPA).

Landscape management
 
News Story
12 December 2014
Moving Targets: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainability in Frontier Landscapes

SIANI and EcoAdapt hosted a lively discussion at the Global Landscapes Forum 2014 on ways to improve land use governance in frontier landscapes, including ways to engage diverse actors, resolve conflicts, and address everyone’s needs and concerns.

Landscape management
 
Publication
10 December 2014
Governing Frontier Landscapes: Insights From the Global Landscapes Forum 2014

Landscapes across many developing countries are experiencing rapid changes mostly due to increasing demand for food and other natural resources, exacerbated by drivers such as climate change.

Landscape management
 
Publication
10 December 2014
Gobernanza de paisajes fronterizos: Perspectivas desde el Global Landscapes Forum 2014

Los Paisajes del mundo desarrollo están experimentando cambioande rápidamento con el incremento de la demanda global de alimentos y otros recursos naturales, exacerbadas por los conductores,...

Landscape management
 
News Story
5 December 2014
How to Ensure Sustainability in the “Frontier” Landscapes? SIANI Event at the Global Landscapes Forum COP20

SIANI and EcoAdapt hosted a multi-stakeholder discussion event at the Global Landscapes Forum in Lima.

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
 
Event
14 May 2014
Building Resilience for Food and Nutrition Security

Poor countries and vulnerable people are being hit by a barrage of economic, environmental, and political shocks, and these shocks are becoming more frequent and intense. There is a general...

Landscape management
 
Slides
17 July 2013
Landscape Approach Initiatives and Traditional Village Systems: Leaning for Sustainable Use of Natural Resources

This study was presented during the conference “Production and Carbon Dynamics in Sustainable Agricultural and Forest Systems in Africa ” held in September, 2010.