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An independent forest monitoring watchdog has expressed shock that forest reserve land is being openly advertised for sale online every week.
Supreme Court observed urgent need for legislation to resolve land acquisition disputes for public projects.
A hazy Cambodian government land zoning and titling initiative known as Sub-Decree 30 has made life problemativ for indigenous community
It is proposed in Uzbekistan to develop a draft law “On pastures” in a new edition and the procedure for granting pasture land plots for rent.
17 February 2023 — The Land Portal Foundation has been selected by the European Union (EU) for a €1.6 million grant, a decision that underscores the organization’s vital role in the land governance sector. The funds will accelerate the Land Portal’s work to bring the land governance and open data communities together, fueled by its foundational belief that access to information is crucial for achieving good land governance.
In the last 13 years, a 47-year-old Liberian farmer has been embroiled in a battle with the company over his farmland. It has placed him behind bars three times. However, he still owns the land.
‘Arrest Land Degradation, Restore Ecosystem’, was one of the major discussions at the First G20 Environment and Climate Sustainability Working Group Meeting (ECSWG), held in Bengaluru.
Questions mount over the Xayaburi Dam’s changes to water and sediment flows as the river swallows farmers’ land.
The onslaught of illegal miners into Indigenous territory in the Brazilian Amazon has destroyed forest, polluted rivers, and brought disease and malnutrition to the Yanomami people. Now, the new Brazilian government is confronting a health crisis and moving to evict the miners.
This call for proposals is aimed to develop and support innovative research and/or data use activities that focus on improving governance, inclusiveness, and the impact of data for development in the Global South based on the work done by, and the data collected by, the Global Data Barometer.
Experts look at water-sensitive urban designs for Bhutan’s Cities