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12 Mayo 2021
This blog was written by Barbara Fraser and published by EarthBeat at: https://www.ncronline.org/earthbeat/politics/indigenous-peoples-lives-depend-their-lands-threats-are-growing-worldwide - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Main photo: People from the Mura tribe are pictured in a file photo…
5 Mayo 2021
Frances Seymour
The data on forest loss is still grim but we know what causes deforestation - and the policy tools and market mechanisms that can stop it   The newest data on global forest loss in 2020 is grim: the rate of deforestation sped up in a year when everything else slowed down. We lost 12.2 million…
6 Enero 2021
Using satellite technology and digital innovation, the United Nations Development Programme, through its Sustainable Palm Oil Initiative, in partnership with the Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), has built an Android-based digital system to address challenges in developing a land cover…
25 Diciembre 2020
This piece was written by Tedi Rabold about the completed U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) LESTARI project. This blog was originally published on ClimateLinks. The end of USAID’s five-year LESTARI project (2015-2020) in Indonesia, implemented by Tetra Tech, is an opportunity…
17 Julio 2020
Por Marcos Candido  A agricultora Maria Josefa costuma dizer que mora "no meio do mato", rodeada por um pomar colorido pelos tons alaranjados dos pés de acerola e cacau cultivadas por ela na comunidade Tancredo Neves, em São Félix do Xingu, no Pará. Lá a telefonia não chega, e até 2017 não havia…
2 Junio 2020
Lorenzo Cotula
Reports suggest the COVID-19 fallout is providing opportunities for elites to seize lands and rewrite regulations. We need effective responses to secure land rights and lay the foundations for a just recovery.        Throughout history, crises have enabled those with more information, resources…
6 Mayo 2020
berkali, Paul Prettitore
It’s time we break down the barriers to women’s access to land and protect women’s rights while the pandemic places them in a precarious situation Not only is the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) having serious health impacts around the world, it also has the potential to significantly affect the…
17 Noviembre 2019
Ms. Iliana Monterroso Ibarra
Local communities manage a significant portion of the world’s remaining forests, pastures, and fisheries as common property resources, but they are rarely recognized as formal owners. Important progress has occurred during the last twenty years, as growing evidence suggests that devolving rights to…
5 Noviembre 2019
Ms. Elisa Scalise
Considering that land tenure security is crucial to better outcomes for women it is a surprise that there is not more evidence out there on what works to achieve it. That is why we launched the Research Consortium: to start to bridge that gap by supporting new research on what works to improve…
8 Septiembre 2019
Mr. Jamil Chade
Na Indonésia e Sudeste Asiático, produção de arroz sofre com a mudança no padrão de chuvas e entidades internacionais temem que uma das bases da alimentação mundial possa passar por problemas, com um impacto social e na violência. IPCC apela para que governos escutem povos tradicionais e indígenas…
16 Enero 2019
Gaurav Madan
Nearly five years after Friends of the Earth U.S. reported about escalating conflict between farmers in the village of Lunjuk on the Indonesian island of Sumatra and palm oil company PT Sandabi Indah Lestari — or PT SIL — those communities remain in conflict with PT SIL, which supplies Wilmar…
27 Julio 2018
Tania Li
Large scale land grabs are often sites of immediate and sometimes violent mobility, as people are evicted and obliged to move elsewhere. The term “grab” signals abruptness. Yet processes that change peoples’ access to land, and the diverse processes of human mobility that land transformations…