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Environmental services

Villagers hail community-based monitoring system on environmental services

Wamena (22/02)-To ensure participation by civil society groups in monitoring land-use plans for low-emissions development in Papua

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Community-based monitoring system on environmental services
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Local communities were trained to document environmental services in each ParCiMon test village using simple methods

2014 Gender differences in land-use decisions: shaping multifunctional landscapes? Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 6:128-133

Authors: 
Villamor, G.B. van Noordwijk, M. Djanibekov, U. Chiong-Javier, M.E. Catacutan, D.
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877343513001760

(VIDEOS) The Landscape Approach: What are ICRAF scientists saying?

The landscape approach attempts to address climate change while sustainably meeting food security goals.

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The Landscape Approach: What are ICRAF scientists saying?
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At the World Agroforestry Centre’s annual science week, held in September 2013, several centre scientists presented their views about the landscapes approach. Watch the video’s here:

2013 Participatory analysis of vulnerability and adaptation to climate change: a methodological guide for working a methodological guide for working with rural communities. ICRAF Occasional paper no. 19 - English version Nairobi: World Agroforestry

Authors: 
Boureima, M. Abasse, A.T. Sotelo Montes, C. Weber, J.C. Katkoré, B. Mounkoro, B. Dakouo, J-M. Samaké, O. Sigué, H. Bationo, B.A. Diallo, B.O.
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34p
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http://www.worldagroforestry.org/downloads/publications/PDFs/OP17611.PDF

Indonesia Perlu Mempercepat Penetapan Peraturan Pelaksana Guna Memperluas Penerapan Skema Pembayaran dan Imbal Jasa Lingkungan

author: 
Enggar Paramita

Bali (26 Agustus 2013) –  Pemerintah Indonesia perlu mempercepat penetapan kebijakan dan regulasi yang akan memperluas penerapan skema Pembayar

2013. Who gains and who loses from compensated displacement from protected areas? The case of the Derema corridor, Tanzania. Conservation & Society 11(2): 97-111

Authors: 
Rantala, S E, Vihemäki, H, Swallow, B M, Jambiya, G
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p97-11
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http://www.conservationandsociety.org/temp/ConservatSoc11297-308579_083417.pdf
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http://www.worldagroforestry.org/our_products/publications/details?node=54323

World Environment Day: Reducing our foodprint with trees

5 June 2013—Today is World Environment Day.

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World Environment Day: Reducing our foodprint with trees
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Farming with useful trees and shrubs reduces our foodprint, woodprint and fuelprint
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