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Our Land, Our Future

Promoting Indigenous Participation and Rights in Mining, Climate Change and other Natural Resources Decision-making in Guyana. …  

07 Sep 2010 | Downloads - publication

Poverty, governance and conservation in the Gran Chaco of South America

CEESP members Janis Alcorn and Alejo Zarzycki are co-authors in this article: Abstract.The Gran Chaco is the second largest ecosystem in the Plata basin of South America, after the Amazon rainforest.The high biological and cultural diversity offer diverse opportunities for conservation, despite development threatening both of them. …  

07 Sep 2010 | Downloads - publication

CEESP member Abiri Oluwatosin Niyi writes about a new publication of interest to CEESP

SustainableNigeria is a new organization with the sole interest of increasing the awareness on sustainable development issues in Nigeria. SustainableNigeria Team is an initiative of few Nigerians who realized adopting the best practises and models from developed nations and adapting it to the Nigerian system is necessary. …  

07 Sep 2010 | Downloads - publication

PelicanWeb's Journal of Sustainable Development renamed *Mother Pelican*

The PelicanWeb's Journal of Sustainable Development has been renamed *Mother Pelican* in honor of the Human Being she represents. …  

07 Sep 2010 | Downloads - publication

5th Dialogue on Forests, Governance and Climate Change

TGER Co-Chair, Janis Alcorn was one of the speakers at the 5th Dialogue on Forests, Governance and Climate Change, June 22nd organised by the Rights & Resources Initiative. …  

07 Sep 2010 | Downloads - publication

Locally-Managed Marine Area Network 2009 Annual Report

The LMMA Network is proud to present The Locally-Managed Marine Area Network 2009 Annual Report, available on our website. We are a bit late in releasing our report this year, as we were engaged in an absorbing Strategic Planning Process in the first half of this year and planning for our 10th Year Anniversary. …  

07 Sep 2010 | Downloads - publication

Defending Melanesian Land

Defending Melanesian Land is a short video in which Melanesian activists explain why indigenous land is important to people in the Pacific, and why they have formed a regional alliance (the Melanesian Indigenous Land Defence Alliance – MILDA) to defend indigenous Melanesian land. …  

07 Sep 2010 | Downloads - publication

Coping with Climate Change: How are Indigenous Peoples and Rural Communities Using Agrobiodiversity

We are pleased to share news on the participation of the Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research (PAR) in the Fourteenth meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA 14) of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) from 10 to 21 May 2010, at the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. A strong PAR delegation, being led by Dr. Toby Hodgkin, Paul Bordoni and Sibonginkosi Khumalo, will be organising, co-hosting and supporting a series of events in and around the meeting. …  

24 May 2010 | Downloads - publication

First Meeting of the IPCCA Local Assessments: Indigenous Epistemologies and Methods for Responding to Climate Change

First Meeting of the IPCCA Local Assessments: Indigenous Epistemologies and Methods for Responding to Climate Change, 1-7 April 2010, Panama …  

24 May 2010 | Downloads - publication

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