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UNDP supports Indonesia turning digital to monitor land cover
6 janvier 2021
Indonésie

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 monitoring system. 


The INA- Alert application allows users to get real time accurate information and it works in conjunction with the WebGIS Ecosystem, developed by Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) and the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (LAPAN).

Under cover of COVID, new laws in Asia threaten environmental and social protections
6 janvier 2021
Authors: 
Kundan Kumar
Asie
Indonésie
Philippines

Hit hard by the pandemic, Asia's indigenous and local communities face fresh government-led efforts to exploit their land and resources


In addition to its devastating toll on public health, COVID-19 has exacerbated global food insecurity and economic crises. These costs have been particularly acute for Indigenous Peoples and local communities on customarily governed territories and lands.


Indonesia's LESTARI Project: From Village Empowerment to Landscape Conservation
25 décembre 2020
Indonésie

This piece was written by Tedi Rabold about the completed U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) LESTARI project.


Fonte: UOL
17 juillet 2020
Maroc
Éthiopie
Kenya
Madagascar
République-Unie de Tanzanie
Ouganda
Burkina Faso
Ghana
Sénégal
Haïti
Nicaragua
Brésil
Colombie
Pérou
Indonésie
Espagne
Global

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 nem energia elétrica. Porém isso não impediu Josefa de se tornar tesoureira e presidente interina de um projeto que mantém a cor e a vida do meio ambiente: a agricultura familiar.

2 juin 2020
Authors: 
Mr. Lorenzo Cotula
Niger
Sierra Leone
Colombie
Indonésie
Philippines
Global

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. 


 


How COVID-19 puts women’s housing, land, and property rights at risk
6 mai 2020
Authors: 
Ms. Victoria Stanley
Paul Prettitore
Colombie
Indonésie
Global

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 housing, land, and property (HLP) of women and girls, particularly in low and middle-income countries. 

Women at a disadvantage

women's land tenure security
17 novembre 2019
Authors: 
Ms. Iliana Monterroso Ibarra
Ouganda
Pérou
Indonésie

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 communities can provide incentives for new forms of investment that facilitate sustainable outcomes as well as greater equity in the distribution of benefits.

5 novembre 2019
Authors: 
Ms. Elisa Scalise
Éthiopie
Ouganda
Pérou
Indonésie

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.

Foto: Jamil Chade.
8 septembre 2019
Authors: 
Mr. Jamil Chade
Asie
Indonésie

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 na gestão de terras.

16 janvier 2019
Authors: 
Gaurav Madan
Indonésie
  • 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 International, the world’s largest palm oil trader.
Oil Palm Plantation, Sarawak, Malaysia
27 juillet 2018
Authors: 
Tania Li
Asie
Asia du sud-est
Indonésie
Global

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 generate, often take decades to unfold.  Research on Indonesia's large scale oil palm plantations shows the importance of attending to these long term processes.


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