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  1. Library Resource

    Sustainability

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    janvier, 2010
    Chine, Cambodge, Allemagne

    Land conversion is often not carried out in a sustainable way. The loss of arable land and biodiversity, concern about food security and rising costs of infrastructure due to urban sprawl are just some of the problems under discussion. This paper compares Germany, China and Cambodia.

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    Sustainability

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    janvier, 2012
    Cambodge

    Most of the land reforms of recent decades have followed an approach of “formalization and capitalization” of individual land titles (de Soto 2000). However, within the privatization agenda, benefits of unimproved land (such as land rents and value capture) are reaped privately by well-organized actors, whereas the costs of valorization (e.g., infrastructure) or opportunity costs of land use changes are shifted onto poorly organized groups. Consequences of capitalization and formalization include rent seeking and land grabbing.

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    Sustainability

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    janvier, 2012
    Cambodge

    Most of the land reforms of recent decades have followed an approach of “formalization and capitalization” of individual land titles (de Soto 2000). However, within the privatization agenda, benefits of unimproved land (such as land rents and value capture) are reaped privately by well-organized actors, whereas the costs of valorization (e.g., infrastructure) or opportunity costs of land use changes are shifted onto poorly organized groups. Consequences of capitalization and formalization include rent seeking and land grabbing.

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    Sustainability

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    janvier, 2021
    Cambodge

    The main objective of this research was to evaluate land use and land cover (LULC) change in Battambang province of Cambodia over the last two decades. The LULC maps for 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013 and 2018 were produced from Landsat satellite imagery using the supervised classification technique with the maximum likelihood algorithm. Each map consisted of seven LULC classes: built-up area, water feature, grassland, shrubland, agricultural land, barren land and forest cover.

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    Sustainability

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    janvier, 2021
    Cambodge

    The main objective of this research was to evaluate land use and land cover (LULC) change in Battambang province of Cambodia over the last two decades. The LULC maps for 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013 and 2018 were produced from Landsat satellite imagery using the supervised classification technique with the maximum likelihood algorithm. Each map consisted of seven LULC classes: built-up area, water feature, grassland, shrubland, agricultural land, barren land and forest cover.

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    Land

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    janvier, 2021
    Cambodge

    Cambodia has experienced rapid economic growth due partly to excessive natural resource extraction. Land conflicts have been pervasive between local communities and companies that invest in land and other natural resources. Despite substantial research into land conflict resolution, knowledge about how land is returned to wronged parties and what happens to the returned land is fragmented. This review aims to provide a holistic understanding of land restitution in Cambodia by examining different types of land conflict, actors involved, and restitution processes.

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    Land

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    janvier, 2021
    Cambodge

    Cambodia has experienced rapid economic growth due partly to excessive natural resource extraction. Land conflicts have been pervasive between local communities and companies that invest in land and other natural resources. Despite substantial research into land conflict resolution, knowledge about how land is returned to wronged parties and what happens to the returned land is fragmented. This review aims to provide a holistic understanding of land restitution in Cambodia by examining different types of land conflict, actors involved, and restitution processes.

  8. Library Resource
     Cambodian Land Dispute Independent Mediation cover
    Rapports et recherches
    avril, 2023
    Cambodge

    This report documents the evaluation of the Cambodian Land Dispute Independent Mediation (CLAIM) project, an independent mediation between Socfin-KCD Co., Ltd. and Coviphama Co., Ltd., known as Socfin Cambodia and five Bunong villages from Busra Commune, Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia. MRLG provided funding for CLAIM. The evaluation was undertaken by the Australian Disputes Centre (ADC) in 2022.

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    Landesa 2022 Annual Report

    A Collaborative Approach to Change

    Rapports et recherches
    janvier, 2023
    Afrique, Éthiopie, République-Unie de Tanzanie, Ouganda, Sénégal, Colombie, Asie, Cambodge, Indonésie, Bangladesh, Inde, Global

    Land rights are ascendant across the development sector. Movements addressing women’s empowerment, poverty, social justice, food security and climate change are all increasingly turning to land rights to strengthen their cause. In 2022, renowned philanthropist MacKenzie Scott joined these efforts by making an unprecedented $20 million investment in our work. Ms. Scott’s generous gift represents a profound endorsement of the power of land rights to improve the lives of women, men, and communities around the world.

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    Vivre dans les interstices de la firme
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2013
    Tchad, Sierra Leone, Cambodge

    La manière dont les entreprises agro-industrielles et industrielles investissent les espaces agricoles des pays en développement attire l’attention sur une nouvelle forme d’espace géographique : l’interstice. Relevant d’un cadre mondialisé pour ce qui est de leurs activités et de leur structure financière, ces entreprises créent néanmoins des espaces locaux verrouillés « exorbitant du territoire ordinaire » et, donc, totalement contraires à l’idée d’ouverture et d’aplatissement. Les populations qui reçoivent ces entreprises doivent vivre dans les interstices de la firme.

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