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15 septembre 2020
Global

La forêt a perdu "presque 100 millions d'hectares" sur la Terre en deux décennies, les superficies forestières ne "cessant de décliner", "quoique plus lentement par rapport aux décennies précédentes" et avec des tendances "opposées" selon les continents, indique la FAO dans un rapport publié mardi à Genève.

feux de forêt en russie
15 juillet 2020
Fédération de Russie

Source: Reporterre

Date: 04/07/2020

Dans la région arctique russe, les incendies de forêt deviennent incontrôlables. Plus de 8 millions d’hectares sont déjà partis en fumée en 2020, dans le sillage d’une année déjà record en 2019. Ces feux, qui dégradent la qualité de l’air, accélèrent le changement climatique.

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Economics of Land Degradation Initiative logo

The Economics of Land Degradation (ELD) Initiative is an initiative on the economic benefits of land and land based ecosystems. The initiative highlights the value of sustainable land management and provides a global approach for analysis of the economics of land degradation. It aims to make economics of land degradation an integral part of policy strategies and decision making by increasing the political and public awareness of the costs and benefits of land and land-based ecosystems.

Spread across diverse ecological and social geographies, FES works towards conservation of nature and natural resources through collective action of local communities. The crux of FES efforts lie in locating forests and other natural resources within the prevailing economic, social and ecological dynamics in rural landscapes.

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The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is a non-profit institution that generates agricultural innovations to meet Africa’s most pressing challenges of hunger, malnutrition, poverty, and natural resource degradation. Working with various partners across sub-Saharan Africa, we improve livelihoods, enhance food and nutrition security, increase employment, and preserve natural resource integrity.

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The International Potato Center, known by its Spanish acronym CIP, was founded in 1971 as a root and tuber research-for-development institution delivering sustainable solutions to the pressing world problems of hunger, poverty, and the degradation of natural resources. CIP is truly a global center, with headquarters in Lima, Peru and offices in 20 developing countries across Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Working closely with our partners, CIP seeks to achieve food security, increased well-being, and gender equity for poor people in the developing world.

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