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12 Fevereiro 2024
This webinar, the fourth of the Advancing Land-based Investment Governance (ALIGN) series, took place on February 9th, 2024, under the title “When carbon markets go wrong: How to ensure access to remedy for land tenure violations”. The webinar drew in 562 participants and featured panelists from…
12 Fevereiro 2024
This webinar, the fourth of the Advancing Land-based Investment Governance (ALIGN) series, took place on February 9th, 2024, under the title “When carbon markets go wrong: How to ensure access to remedy for land tenure violations”. The webinar drew in 562 participants and featured panelists from…
12 Fevereiro 2024
Ce webinaire, le quatrième de la série Advancing Land-based Investment Governance (ALIGN), a eu lieu le 9 février 2024, sous le titre " Quand les marchés du carbone tournent mal : comment garantir l'accès aux recours en cas de violation du droit de propriété foncière ? ". Le webinaire a attiré 562…
12 Fevereiro 2024
Ce webinaire, le quatrième de la série Advancing Land-based Investment Governance (ALIGN), a eu lieu le 9 février 2024, sous le titre " Quand les marchés du carbone tournent mal : comment garantir l'accès aux recours en cas de violation du droit de propriété foncière ? ". Le webinaire a attiré 562…
11 Julho 2023
Christoph Kubitza
In the wake of global climate action, large-scale land acquisitions (LSLAs) for renewable energy and carbon offset projects will increase the pressure on land. In addition, deforestation-free value chains that are also intended to reduce carbon emissions will require changes in the conduct of LSLAs…
30 Junho 2022
Rucitarahma Ristiawan
This presentation introduces the role of patrimonial governance in capitalizing on constructed geo heritage landscapes in Indonesia. More specifically, the role this particular system of governance plays in commodifying geology through the creation of a geopark to meet nationally defined tourism…
2 Setembro 2021
Mr. Jeremy Gaunt
It’s not unusual for children to leave home when they become adults: it is rarer, though, that they come back to invigorate the communities they grew up in with new ideas and services. That, however, is exactly what is happening in indigenous territories throughout Indonesia. It is called “…
1 Agosto 2021
Dr. Jia Yen Lai
The effectiveness of sustainable land use governance can be undermined if local affected people perceive land-use policies as not reflecting social objectives, or as ‘unjust.’ To transform externally-conceived sustainability principles from the international level into on-the-ground practice,…
30 Julho 2021
Daniel Myers
Addressing the land and conservation communities’ discomfort in discussing the relationships between migrants, Indigenous peoples, and tropical forests in the fight against climate change. The global conversation around land tenure is increasingly centered on two imperatives. The first is the…
27 Julho 2021
Prof. Daniel Fitzpatrick
What is the role of land law in natural disasters? Are current global systems of land law fit-for-purpose as we experience escalating rates of climate disruption? Daniel Fitzpatrick and Caroline Compton consider these questions in their recent book on Law, Property and Disasters : Adaptive…
27 Julho 2021
BY NOFALIA NURFITRIANI AND APRILIA AMBARWATI Original source: https://indonesiaatmelbourne.unimelb.edu.au/does-indonesia-really-need-a-land-bank/ One of the myriad legal changes packed into last year’s controversial Omnibus Law on Job Creation (Law No. 11 of 2020) was a decision to establish a…
5 Julho 2021
Dr. Jia Yen Lai
Environmental policy interventions often result in conflicts because they fail to recognize people’s identity and sense of belongings, as shaped through the places where they live. A recent paper explores a case study of a palm oil project in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, in which competing claims of…