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31 Outubro 2019
África
América Latina e Caribe
Ásia
Global
Por Rafael Zavala 
 
Quando falamos e estudamos sobre os Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS), percebemos a dicotomia do papel das mulheres em questões que tocam vários temas da Agenda 2030 das Nações Unidas. Enquanto elas são consideradas peças-chaves para o alcance de muitos dos ODS, representam também a parte mais afetada por muitos dos problemas discutidos nesse marco.
 
Fatuma, an agricultural laborer in Tanzania, is among the millions of women worldwide who work on land but don’t own land of their own.
18 Outubro 2019
Authors: 
Ms. Karol Boudreaux
Global

In rural areas around the world, the face of a farmer is increasingly a woman’s.

From the paddy terraces of Asia to the maize fields of sub-Saharan Africa, she will till, plant, water, and harvest crops that feed her household and whole communities.

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14 Outubro 2019
África
Global

Date: 25 Septembre 2019

Source: FarmlandgrabLe Courrier

Par: Catherine Morand

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30 Setembro 2019
Global

Date: 26 septembre 2019

Source: Grain.org

Les grandes sociétés de l’agro-industrie et de l’alimentaire cherchent désespérément à donner l’impression qu’elles font partie de la solution à la crise climatique. Mais il est impossible de concilier ce qui est nécessaire pour soigner notre planète avec leur attachement irréductible à la croissance.

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26 Setembro 2019
África
Global

Date: 23 septembre 2019

Source: Farmlandgrab,  Mongabay

Par: Ashoka Mukpo | Traduit par: Héloïse Marguier

- Ces dix dernières années, vingt-sept concessions agricoles destinées aux plantations de palmiers à huile en Afrique occidentale et centrale ont fait faillite ou ont été abandonnées.

23 Setembro 2019
Global

La ONU pide a los gobiernos un golpe de timón y más ambición ante los estragos del calentamiento, aunque los grandes países se alejan del Acuerdo de París

No quedan ni 10 años, ni 5 años. Quedan sólo 15 meses. Ese es el tiempo que dispone la comunidad internacional para ajustar y adecuar el Acuerdo de París a la emergencia climática. Fecha tope: diciembre del 2020. Lugar: Glasgow (Escocia). Es su última oportunidad para lograr un clima estable.

23 Setembro 2019
Authors: 
Solina Kennedy
Global

A conversation with Julie Maldonado, Associate Director at Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network (LiKEN), and Co-Director of Rising Voices: Climate Resilience through Indigenous and Earth Sciences.

This is the second interview in our Climate Crisis, Global Land Use, and Human Rights Interview Series. See the first here.

Realizing the 2030 Agenda: Tilting the Scales of Poverty in Favor of Vulnerable Communities Through Land Data
20 Setembro 2019
Authors: 
Everlyne Nairesiae
Clinton Omosula
Mr. Neil Sorensen
Global

On 24 and 25 September 2019, Heads of State and Governments will gather at the United Nations Headquarters in New York for the summit Accelerating the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This is a crucial event for evaluating progress towards the 17 goals and 169 ambitious targets countries have set to eradicate poverty, achieve food security, empower women, secure the planet and foster peace and stability.

open data
17 Setembro 2019
Authors: 
Stacey Zammit
Lisette Mey
Global

Our online discussion “Open Land Data in the Fight Against Corruption” is well underway with many interesting contributions so far. We are discussing whether Open Data can be a key tool to increase transparency, support innovation and increase civic engagement, in the fight against corruption. One of the key questions which reverberates throughout the open data debate in the land sector, however, is how much transparency is too much?

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