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  • This bridge crossing the Yorkin river in the Sixaola Basin is used daily by local communities, including children on their way to school in the early morning. (Photo: Paul Aragón,©IUCN)

    EbA Evidence and Policy: Costa Rica

    IIED and IUCN are using evidence from a project in the Sixaola River Basinin  Costa Rica to support the Climate Change Directorate in the Ministry of Environment and Energy to adopt effective ecosystem-based adaptation as part of its approach to dealing with climate change

    13 December 2018 | Project | Biodiversity
  • Workshop participants undertake a participatory resource mapping exercise for community enterprises (Photo: Asia Network for Sustainable Agriculture and Bioresources - ANSAB)

    Forest and Farm Facility launches Phase II

    On 20 July IIED and partners will launch Phase II of the Forest and Farm Facility, the second stage of a highly successful international partnership that is providing support to forest and farm producer organisations across Africa, Asia and Latin America

    20 July 2018 | News | Food and agriculture
  • An elephant in Uganda's Murchison Falls National Park. Efforts to combat illegal trade in high-value commodities such as tusks depend largely on the support of local communities.(Photo: Jurriaan Persyn, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    New collection of publications on community engagement to tackle illegal wildlife trade

    IIED and IUCN have published case studies, a policy briefing and a toolkit to help practitioners and stakeholders build community engagement in combatting illegal wildlife trade.

    9 May 2018 | News | Biodiversity
  • The Las Trancas Valley in Chile, November 2014 (Photo: UICN / Marcelo Vildósola Garrigó)

    EbA Evidence and Policy: Chile

    In Chile, IIED and IUCN are engaging with a diverse range of stakeholders to review lessons learnt from the EPIC project on the effectiveness of ecosystem-based adaptation and disaster risk reduction, and developing clear policy recommendations to increase the uptake of these approaches. 

    21 February 2018 | Project | Biodiversity
  • Field visit as part of the Mountain Ecosystem-based Adaptation project, Mount Elgon, Uganda (IUCN)

    EbA Evidence and Policy: Uganda

    IIED, IUCN and Uganda's Ministry of Water and Environment are using practical experience of ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) to improve the way EbA is integrated into national climate change policy and law

    15 February 2018 | Project | Biodiversity
  • Countryside in Guangxi Autonomous Region, China. Photo: Duncan Macqueen

    Strength in numbers: the promise of forest producer organisations

    Organisations of forest farmers have much to offer society — if they get the support they need from governments, donors, the private sector and NGOs.

    28 November 2013 | Blog | Forests
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