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Rangelands, Drylands & Pastoralism

Rangelands, Drylands and Pastoralism reflect the interaction between anthropogenic activities - mainly livestock and grazing - and wildlife, with deep environmental and livelihood implications.

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Grasslands interspersed with pockets of montane Shola forests in the Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu

[Explainer] Wastelands or grasslands? India’s history with defining open ecosystems

6 December 2022

Nearly 70% of the areas which are open natural ecosystems in India overlap with those which the government calls wastelands.

WOLTS gender and land champions preparing to participate in government land governance workshop. © WOLTS Team

WOLTS Mongolia success stories - new blog and a national workshop

11 October 2022

Mokoro are delighted to publish a new blog from WOLTS Mongolia team member, B. Munkhtuvshin. “Protesting herders to get government support to stop harmful mining operations” is the story of recent demonstrations by nomadic pastoralists opposed to investments in the mining sector that have infringed…

In the deep, cold Gobi desert, Mongolia’s nomadic herders cannot outrun climate change

2 October 2022

In the first part of a monthly series, CNA looks at the threat of desertification in Mongolia.

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Protesting herders to get government support to stop harmful mining operations

Protesting herders to get government support to stop harmful mining operations

11 October 2022

  Like many countries, Mongolia has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic and its government has been accelerating investments in the mining sector to help the economy. However, this has led to protests by local communities concerned about their land rights, and about their health. Among them is…

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Secure Land Rights: The Key To Sustainable Food Systems

Secure Land Rights: The Key To Sustainable Food Systems

2 September 2021

Securing land rights is critical for realizing sustainable food systems that provide food security and overcome poverty. Security of property rights is central to preserving livelihoods, maintaining social stability, and increasing incentives for investment and for sustainable, productive land use…