Uma revisão da literatura e iniciativas que examinam os impactos da mineração em quatro países da África Austral e Central.
Esta história de dados investiga os desafios para alinhar ações sobre a degradação da terra e a segurança da posse com base na seleção dos conjuntos de dados disponíveis em ambos os domínios.
No último mês de julho, o MapBiomas , uma rede criada a partir de trabalhos conjuntos entre ONGs (Organizações não Governamentais), universidades, startups de tecnologia, publicou o relatório RAD 2021 - Relatório Anual do Desmatamento no Brasil , cujo objetivo é analisar os alertas de desmatamento detectados no ano de 2021. A iniciativa visa contribuir para o fim do desmatamento no Brasil por meio de um sistema de validação e geração de laudos de alertas de desmatamento em todo o país.
This blog has originally been published by CABI at https://blog.cabi.org/2015/
Cover Image by: Munkhgerel Baterdene
Originally posted at: https://www.wri.org/insights/mongolia-shows-how-fight-environmental-justice
The Rangelands Initiative of the International Land Coalition (ILC) is drawing attention to rangelands and drylands at the highest levels, in order to find solutions to the challenges faced by local populations that live and work there, and to encourage appropriate investment including in securing land rights and good governance, building resilience to drought and other shocks or stresses, and increasing rangeland productivity.
The land sector is increasingly being cited as a corruption hub. Many countries across the globe are grappling with land-related corruption that dates to the colonial years and which have metamorphosed into historical injustices and continue to be a source of conflict and violation of basic human rights. Cases of land grabbing, compensation-less expropriation, gender-based discrimination in accessing and ownership of land and related resources, illegal mining deals, bribing to access land administration services among others are not new in the lands sector.
I bring you warm greetings from H.E. Mousa Faki Mahamat, the Chairperson of African Union Commission. It is my honour and pleasure to deliver this statement at the opening of the Conference on Land Policy in Africa. I salute the African Development Bank (AfDB), the Government of Côte D’Ivoire and all partners for hosting and successfully organizing the 2019 Conference on Land Policy in Africa.
This July is the first time the United Nations will review the progress made towards meeting Sustainable Development Goal 15, which is about Life on Land. Each goal will be reviewed about every 4 years until 2030.
The reviews will be based on the 10 indicators countries agreed on, that assess change in each country over time. Two important developments relating to the indicator on land degradation neutrality (15.3.1) have occurred, since its adoption in 2015.