Increasing global demand for natural rubber began in the mid-2000s and led to large-scale expansion of plantations in Laos until rubber latex prices declined greatly beginning in 2011. The expansion of rubber did not, however, occur uniformly across the country.
WEB INTRODUCTION: The literature on agricultural large-scale land acquisition in Myanmar is rather fragmented and consists mainly of case studies. While these provide key insights into particular stories, they often fail to identify the main patterns and trends at country level.
This guide (volume 2) aims to equip land rights advocates, development practitioners and stallholder farmers and indigenous people’s communities with the necessary knowledge, attitude, and skills on Community Mapping and Participatory Geographic Information System (PGIS).
As one of the few remaining countries with a robust, nomadic pastoral culture supported by extensive natural rangelands, Mongolia is well positioned to offer sustainable, rangeland-based goods and services to its citizens and to global consumers who place a premium on sustainable products.
Land use decision making is influenced by various factors including tenure security, natural disasters and farm characteristics. Smallholder farmers operate under different land tenure systems, which influences their crop combinations.
The project brief includes information about the details of the project, the background, objective, description and key achievements of the project.<p></p>It also mentions about how the project will implement the operations to achieve Sustainable Development Goals of FAO in line with the Strategic Objectives of FAO.<p></p>Through the project brief, the audience will get
Tourism in the Lake Eyasi - Mangola area:
•Main attraction: Hadza hunting(and gathering)
•Secondaryattractions: Datogapastoralistlifestyle, Datogablacksmith, Lake Eyasi, landscape, onionfarms
•Most tour operatorsbringclients on daytrips
•4 high end lodges, 5 campsites
•High season300 groups per month, lowseason150 groups (2017)
With the establishment of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, the Human Development Forum at Tudor Rose has expanded its publishing operation with the creation of a series of volumes entitled A Better World, each dedicated to one or more of the 17 SDGs.
This guidance document is an overview of key steps and considerations for the design and implementation of effective independent REDD+ governance monitoring systems. It draws on a growing body of experiences and case studies undertaken by CSOs within and outside the Transparency International movement, and across different tropical forest countries.