Rangelands are land areas with indigenous vegetation, including grass and shrubs, and used as a natural ecosystem for grazing livestock and wildlife. Rangelands occupy nearly half of the world’s land surface and include more than a third of global biodiversity hotspots, as well as habitat for 28% of the world’s endangered species.
“Gender, Land and Mining in Mongolia” is the product of two years of rigorous field research in Mongolia in collaboration with the Mongolian NGO, People Centered Conservation (PCC).
Dynamic country portfolios combine detailed narratives with Linked Open Data to provide comprehensive overviews of land governance systems
Land Portal Foundation and International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) launch thematic portfolio on Land & Food Security
Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice is a new, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open access journal on extensive livestock production systems throughout the world.