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Foto: O Estadão
10 Abril 2021
Canadá
Estados Unidos de América
Japón
Reino Unido
Francia
Alemania
Global

Por Neo Mondo

 

As florestas tropicais mantêm o clima global e nutrem as riquezas da natureza. As demandas do mundo “rico” estão destruindo-os

 

Os grandes ecossistemas do mundo – moderadores do clima, berçários da evolução – continuam sendo destruídos a serviço do comércio global, para atender às demandas do mundo rico. Mais uma vez, os pesquisadores confirmaram que as nações ricas estão na verdade arando savanas e derrubando florestas tropicais à distância.

5 Lessons for Securing Women’s Collective Land Rights
11 Febrero 2021
Authors: 
Celine Salcedo-La Viña
Camerún
México
Nepal
Jordania
Global

The ability to own land and access natural resources allows women to secure food for their families, increase their agricultural productivity and livelihoods, and help drive local economies. Land rights empower women to have a say in matters that affect their lives, families and communities — everything from deciding what crops to plant to investing in children’s education and health.

4 Ways Indigenous and Community Lands Can Reduce Emissions
25 Marzo 2021
Authors: 
Mr. Peter Veit
Global

Countries are largely missing out on a key strategy to fight climate change.

Turama Forest, Papua New Guinea - Greenpeace, 2008
7 Abril 2021
Authors: 
Mr. Timothy Fella
Global

For over a decade, data advocates have reserved one day out of the year to celebrate open data.  Now, more than ever, the world has turned to open data to support in addressing the complex and unprecedented challenges of our times.  The ongoing global pandemic, systemic racism and global poverty, are but a few of the global issues that require openness and transparency, if we want to eradicate them as the most pressing social, economic and political problems of our day.  

Fonte: https://www.project-syndicate.org/
30 Marzo 2021
Authors: 
Mr. Tim Hanstad
Mauricio
Zimbabwe
Ghana
Malasia
Bangladesh
India
Sri Lanka
Estonia
Global

No mês passado, um ex-ministro do governo do Zimbábue foi preso por venda ilegal de terrenos públicos. Alguns dias depois, um tribunal da Malásia condenou por corrupção o ex-presidente de uma agência de desenvolvimento agrário de terras públicas. E, em janeiro, o governo da Estônia desmoronou em meio a alegações de corrupção em negociações de propriedades. Todos estes eventos recentes puseram em foco a ameaça crescente, porém negligenciada, da corrupção ligada a terras.

The Payoffs of Open Climate Data
9 Marzo 2021
Authors: 
Delfina Grinspan
Global

In the aftermath of the 6.5 magnitude earthquake in Aceh, Indonesia, in 2016, disaster managers were able to able to identify which communities were at greatest risk due to rapid access to data. They used the open source InaSAFE platform to access real-time hazard data and modeled population data mapped down to the village level. This was made possible by the collaborative use of “open” data — data that is free to use, open license, and in machine readable formats — between scientists, local and national governments and communities.

The Case for Open Land Data
30 Marzo 2021
Authors: 
Mr. Tim Hanstad
Kenya
Zimbabwe
Malasia
Estonia
Global

In countries where accurate, accessible land records are not maintained, it is the marginalized and vulnerable who are the worst affected by corruption and covert land grabs. But the ongoing revolution in information and communications technology provides unprecedented opportunities to digitize land records and open them to all.

 

31 Marzo 2021
Authors: 
Dr. Elizabeth Daley
Global

For over a decade, data advocates have reserved one day out of the year to celebrate open data. Now, more than ever, the world has turned to open data to support in addressing the complex and unprecedented challenges of our times. The ongoing global pandemic, systemic racism, sexual violence, climate change and global poverty, are but a few of the global issues that require openness and transparency, if we want to eradicate them as the most pressing social, economic and political problems of our day.

Gender, Land and Mining in Mongolia - WOLTS Mongolia Research Report No.1 - January 2018
31 Marzo 2021
Authors: 
Dr. Elizabeth Daley
Global

The theme for International Women’s Day this year was 'Women in Leadership: Achieving an Equal Future in a COVID-19 World’.  It celebrated and highlighted the remarkable efforts made by women and girls around the globe to shape a more equitable future in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

WOLTS Gender Guidelines - Mokoro, PCC and ALAMGAC Land Use Planning Collaboration
30 Marzo 2021
Authors: 
Dr. Elizabeth Daley
J. Batsaikhan
Lkhamdulam Natsagdorj
Mongolia
Global

 

Pilot study supports national roll-out of participatory land use planning

 

Sound, sustainable land management is critical to the long-term viability of Mongolia’s traditional herding way of life. And careful planning at local level, in a participatory and gender-inclusive way, is needed to underpin that.

 

Foto: Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images
28 Febrero 2021
Global
Tornar o ecocídio um crime responsabilizaria governos e corporações por negligência ambiental. Nós não podemos esperar
 
Por Jojo Mehta e Julia Jackson 
 
O Acordo de Paris está fracassando. Ainda assim, há uma nova esperança para preservar um planeta habitável: a crescente campanha global para criminalizar o ecocídio pode abordar as principais causas da crise climática e salvaguardar nosso planeta – a casa comum de toda a humanidade, e, de fato, de toda a vida na Terra.
 
Fonte: Clima info
8 Marzo 2021
Authors: 
Tatiane Matheus
Global
O planeta Terra vive uma emergência climática e a necessidade de soluções e ações se tornou ainda mais urgente com a crise mundial ocasionada pela pandemia da COVID-19. Um novo pacto social, político e econômico verde precisa ser debatido e muitas coisas precisam ser colocadas em prática para não haver um colapso ainda maior.
 

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