The State Of Indigenous Peoples In 10 Facts

12 Jun 2019

2 days to change the world through Indigenous rights On 22–23 June 2019, the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) will be held in Bonn, Germany, focusing on tackling climate change by improving rights for Indigenous peoples and local communities. Alongside the U.N. Bonn Climate Change Conference (SBSTA 50), the event will bring together more than 1,500 […]

International Women’s Day: Innovation, Technology and Landscapes in focus

8 Mar 2019

International Women’s Day 2019 will be marked on 8 March with the theme: “Think equal, build smart, innovate for change.” Yet for most women working in landscapes around the world, much remains to be done to ensure they have adequate access to critical inputs, including technology.

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Power and political interest pervade Peru’s land sector

11 Oct 2017

By Michelle Kovacevic, originally published at Forests Climate Change Madre de Dios, a region of Peru best known for its gold fever, is not the only place in the country where a piece of land can be classified as a mining concession and farmer’s field at the same time. Millions of hectares of land in Peru are […]

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Infographic: Land Management in Central Mexico – Why do we need Landscape Approaches to land management

11 Oct 2017

Reference: Madrid, L., & Deschamps, P. (2014). The role of local communities in achieving sustainable rural landscape management. Lessons from Central Mexico. European Tropical Forest Research Network, (56).  

For peat’s sake: The facts

11 Oct 2017

Peat is made up of partly decomposed vegetation and is formed over centuries in anaerobic, waterlogged conditions. Peat has been on our planet for around 360 million years.