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Latest data story prize winners

2021

2021
Deforestation in Cambodia: A story of land concessions, migration and resource exploitation
24 Setembro 2021
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New Geographies of Climate Vulnerability New Geographies of Climate Vulnerability
3 Agosto 2021
Mining in the context of climate of climate change brings new challenges to the industry and exacerbates already existing sustainability problems. This Datastory highlights some of these tensions while pointing towards emerging best practice. The findings are based on document analysis and semi-...
Indigenous territories How indigenous and local communities are at the forefront of biodiversity conservation and territorial protection
16 Junho 2021
       
Indigenous forest tenure About the important role local people play in forest conservation and carbon management Indigenous forest tenure: the important role local people play in forest conservation and carbon management
5 Junho 2021
A new data story based on a recent study by the FAO demonstrates how the forests of indigenous and tribal territories in Latin America are key for mitigating climate change and conserving biodiversity.              

2020

2020
Khatkari The Struggle of the Katkaris for Dalhi Land Rights
22 Dezembro 2020
   
mozambique-80752_1280 A New Hope
15 Outubro 2020
This is the story of how dozens of communities in Mozambique are mapping and documenting their own land rights. "A New Hope" is the winner of the Land Portal's Second Data Story Contest, and is authored by the team at Terra Firma Mozambique.      
pastoralists_iran Pastoralists in Iran: Flexible sustainable use-rights solutions in the semi-arid area of Maymand
22 Julho 2020
   

2019

2019
sierra leone.jpg The Power of Land
30 Maio 2019
This story was submitted as part of our recent Data Stories Contest and was the recipient of the second prize. The original story can be found here.       
The burden of history: Land and a divided community in San José Sinaché, Guatemala
30 Maio 2019
We meet Rosalía in a roadside café in a dusty town in the Quiché department, in Guatemala’s Western Highlands. She lowers her voice whenever people come in – you never know who might be listening. Land is sensitive stuff, especially in Quiché, a region that still bears, perhaps more...
How Satellites can locate potential land grabs in Africa
28 Maio 2019
This story was submitted as part of our recent Data Stories Contest and was the recipient of the first prize. The original story can be found here.     

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