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Waste management for human health and livelihood

… Waste Management for Human Health and Livelihood Rationale 1. The theme of the ninth meeting of the … Basel Convention is Waste Management for Human Health and Livelihood. 2. The Basel Convention was originally adopted to … and other wastes. 4. The protection of human health and livelihood is therefore at the core of the Basel Convention …
12 Jul 2024 Document in Chemicals and Waste

Markets and Incentives in Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy. Using Economic and Financial Tools to Sustain Forest Livelihoods and Landscapes

… livelihoods and economies 3 Factoring forest landscape and livelihood values into economic decision-making 4 Using … use and management, while also increasing the incomes and livelihood security of the rural poor. The context: forest … poorest income group was most dependent on this source of livelihood, obtaining almost half of their income from it …
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Depend on nature: Ecosystem services supporting human livelihoods

… Action. • Restore ecosystems at vulnerable sites to buffer livelihood options and conserve biodiversity from projected … Introduction: Ecosystem Services and Human Wellbeing • Livelihood strategies and food security of the poor often … lives here • Forest resources directly contribute to livelihood of 90% of the 1.2 billion of people living in ex- …
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Energy, Ecosystems and livelihoods: Understanding linkages in the face of climate change impacts

… wsID=1646 © 2008 IUCN Energy, Ecosystems and Livelihood Initiative Rue Mauverney 28 Gland 1196 Switzerland … same species and ecosystems that we depend on for our livelihood and well-being (UNEP 2007). The search for … is directly dependent on natural resources for their livelihood. Women’s traditional roles and responsibilities, …
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A Gateway to Payments for Ecosystem Services. Using Payments for Ecosystem Services for Livelihoods and Landscapes

… within LLS is that it can help achieve conservation and livelihood objectives jointly. Payments should therefore be … In the growing literature at the interface of rural livelihood improvement and conservation of natural forests, … by forests. They offer a great overview of the livelihood impacts of forest carbon projects, by project …
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Improving access to forest resources - Experiences in informal tenure reform from IUCN’s Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy

… resource use and conservation can make a difference to the livelihood security of the rural poor. It is hardly … which they have documented on their website. As part of livelihood support, the communities have also received … to forest resources. During the life of the LLS work, livelihood benefits were not yet quantifiable and there were …
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South African indigenous community win environmental rights case over mining company

09 Dec 2018 News in Land and Agriculture

Joint statement of the United Nations Special Procedures Mandate Holders on the occasion of the 24th Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC

06 Dec 2018 News in Climate and Atmosphere

Community - based incentives for nature conservation

… 3.1 Livelihood and market incentives for sustainable land use in … as natural resource use is so closely linked with livelihood issues at this level. This section give a bit of … income and subsistence, sometimes as a community's sole livelihood source and often in combination with other …
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Poverty and conservation: Landscapes, people and power

… community action, motivated by well-being concerns or livelihood needs, has led to improved conservation outcomes … to the poor; and 3) recognising biodiversity as a livelihood resource as well as a global public good. While we … Poverty can be thought of as a state of reduced or limited livelihood opportunities. This obviously includes tangibles …
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