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Training Resources & Tools
May 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

This presentation illustrated the data domains of the GeOC tool. This presentation comes under the session 2 “GeOC in details” of the training "Sustainable Land Management Options by Context: Approach and Geospatial tool to support Achieving Land Degradation Neutrality”, held in Zaghouan on 16-17 March 2017.

Videos
August 2017
Global

Under the Economics of Land degradation initiative (ELD), scientists from ICARDA are collaborating with developments to develop the GeOC tool. It is a new web-based GIS tool to define context specific options for sustainable land management required to achieve Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN).
This video gives further more infromation about the GeOC tool.

Conference Papers & Reports
September 2017
Global

With current rates of land degradation reaching
ten to twelve million ha per year, there is an
urgent need to scale up and out successful,
profitable and resource-efficient sustainable
land management practices to maintain the
health and resilience of the land that humans
depend on. As much as 500 million out of

Videos
August 2017
Global

The GeOC tool is divided in 2 components: the web-based geographic information system (called WEB-GIS tool) and the Sustainable Land Management (called SLM tool).
This videos focus on WEB-GIS interface. This video shows how a context socio-ecological type can be defined and which the different outputs that the GeOC offers are.

Institutional & promotional materials
September 2017
Morocco
Northern Africa

In Moroccan oases, date palm agricultural operations are mainly
manual and seldom implemented, contributing to palm grove
degradation.
The introduction of small mechanization may reduce
drudgery, encourage/attract youths, increase labor
productivity and safety.

Conference Papers & Reports
September 2011
Global

Conservation Agriculture (CA) is increasingly promoted in Africa as an alternative for coping with the need to increase food production on the basis of more sustainable farming practices. CA is specifically seen as a way to address the problems of soil degradation resulting from agricultural practices that deplete the organic matter and nutrient content of the soil.

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