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Episode 1: Introducing...Policy Pathways

Dezembro, 2023
Global

Confronting sustainable development challenges requires system transformation in Food, Land, and Water! Policy Pathways invites policymakers and sustainable development stakeholders to share their expertise on the policy solutions that can advance system transformation across the globe. CGIAR Research Initiative on National Policies and Strategies has produced a series of policy coherence reports focused on India, Colombia, Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, and Laos.

Securing nature’s contributions to people requires at least 20%–25% (semi-)natural habitat in human-modified landscapes

Dezembro, 2023
Global

The cascading effects of biodiversity decline on human well-being present a pressing challenge for sustainable development. Conservation efforts often prioritize safeguarding specific species, habitats, or intact ecosystems but overlook biodiversity’s fundamental role in providing Nature’s Contributions to People (NCP) in human-modified landscapes.

Gender norms and social transformation of agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa

Dezembro, 2023
Global

There is a paucity of scientific information regarding gender norms and social transformation in the Sub-Saharan region. This has contributed to the insufficient articulation of gender issues in the proposed agricultural programmes and visions, such as the African Union’s Agenda 2063 and the Malabo Declaration. These efforts premise the transformation of the African continent on the foundation of the agricultural sector, a critical pillar in most countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Promoting sustainable land management through evidence-based decision support

Reports & Research
Novembro, 2023
Global

This publication is a product of the GEF-funded FAO project ‘Decision Support for Mainstreaming and Scaling Out Sustainable Land Management (DS-SLM)’ which has developed a decision support framework (DSF). The DSF integrates experience from work with land degradation (LD) and SLM into an overall strategy for mainstreaming and scaling out SLM at different spatial and temporal scales. This publication serves as a step-by-step guide for the application and implementation of the DSF during planning, design and implementation of SLM interventions.

Scaling in Context – Towards responsible scaling in land governance interventions

Reports & Research
Setembro, 2023
Global

LAND-at-scale (LAS) is a land governance support program for developing countries from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, which was launched in 2019. The objective of the program is to directly strengthen essential land governance components for men, women and youth that have the potential to contribute to structural, just, sustainable and inclusive change at scale in lower- and middle-income countries/regions/landscapes.

The African Leaders Nairobi Declaration on Climate Change and Call to Action. Adopted 6 September 2023. Nairobi, Kenya.

Conference Papers & Reports
Setembro, 2023
Africa

We, the African Heads of State and Government, gathered for the inaugural Africa Climate Summit (ACS) in Nairobi, Kenya, from 4th to 6th September 2023; in the presence of other global leaders, intergovernmental organizations, Regional Economic Communities, United Nations Agencies, private sector, civil society organizations, indigenous peoples, local communities, farmer organizations, children, youth, women and academia,

NICARAGUA: SEGUIMIENTO DEL PROGRESO HACIA LOS DERECHOS SOBRE LA TIERRA EN LOS ODS

Reports & Research
Setembro, 2023
Nicaragua

Más allá de estos indicadores clave de la tierra, LANDex ofrece una visión amplia sobre cómo la gobernanza de la tierra contribuye al progreso delos indicadores y las metas pertenecientes a los 10 ODS, que se describen con más detalle a continuación.

Este informe utiliza los datos disponibles en la plataforma LANDex del 11 de septiembre de 2022. En el Anexo Técnico se puede consultar un resumen de las puntuaciones de Nicaragua, con más detalles sobre la metodología disponible en el sitio web.

IISD Model Contract Clauses for Responsible Investment in Agriculture

Manuals & Guidelines
Setembro, 2023
Global

The IISD Model Clauses aim to support agricultural investment negotiators, state lawyers, and policy-makers in helping achieve their country’s sustainable development objectives for investment in agriculture and food systems. The IISD Model Clauses are primarily designed to inform the drafting of investor–state contracts. These are contracts in which a “grantor,” that is, a government entity, grants rights to private (often foreign) investors for the large-scale and long-term lease of agricultural land.

Sustainable Land Governance for Water–Energy–Food Systems: A Framework for Rural and Peri-Urban Revitalisation

Journal Articles & Books
Agosto, 2023
Global

This research paper addresses the need for an adaptable theoretical framework in the context of sustainable land governance for Water–Energy–Food (WEF) systems, bridging the gap between international guidelines and contextual realities. The novel framework is useful to effectively tackle the intricate challenges of rural and peri-urban revitalisation in the Global South by providing a holistic approach that considers the multi-dimensional interactions of land with water, energy, and food systems.

Climate Vulnerability Index (Draft)

Reports & Research
Fevereiro, 2023
Bangladesh

Bangladesh is vulnerable to both disasters and climate change and ranked the seventh extreme disaster risk-prone country in the world as per the report from the Global Climate Risk Index 2021. Most development projects in the country address reducing vulnerability to disasters or poverty, and it is well-recorded how local people have their own well-established coping capacities. Tropical cyclones, tornadoes, floods, coastal and riverbank erosion, droughts, landslides are the major climate-induced hazards in Bangladesh. 

Conventions locales et sécurisation foncière au Mali

Reports & Research
Dezembro, 2022
Mali

Au Mali, la gouvernance des terres et des ressources naturelles, longtemps fondée sur le principe de la domanialité publique, n’a pas réussi à mieux sécuriser les droits des communautés locales ni à empêcher la dégradation desdites ressources. Dans le même temps, les systèmes fonciers traditionnels n’ont pas pu exprimer tout leur potentiel face à l’hégémonie du droit étatique et du fait des pratiques inégalitaires qu’ils soutiennent à l’égard de certains groupes, comme les femmes, les allochtones et les jeunes.

Gestion locale du foncier agricole au Mali

Reports & Research
Dezembro, 2022
Mali

La responsabilisation des communautés locales dans la gestion du foncier agricole, gage de paix et de cohésion sociale, est nécessaire. On observe une plus grande implication des acteurs locaux dans la gestion durable des conflits fonciers et la protection des droits coutumiers à la suite de la judiciarisation récurrente des litiges fonciers agricoles. On voit maintenant une valorisation des us et coutumes dans le processus de gestion locale durable du foncier.