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A Better World Volume 4
Journal Articles & Books
August 2018
Global

With the establishment of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, the Human Development Forum at Tudor Rose has expanded its publishing operation with the creation of a series of volumes entitled A Better World, each dedicated to one or more of the 17 SDGs.

Land Portal Foundation 2017 Annual Report
Reports & Research
July 2018
Global

Improved access to land and data is pivotal for the promotion of land governance reform as well as the fulfillment of human rights and sustainable development. With access to reliable data and information, informed decisions regarding land and property rights can take place.

Institutional & promotional materials
April 2018
Rwanda
Burkina Faso
Bangladesh
Malawi
Japan
South Africa
Lesotho
Uganda
Zimbabwe
Germany
Ghana
India
Ethiopia
Pakistan
Namibia
Mexico
Brazil
Kenya

This is the translated publication of the State of Food and Agriculture 2015, published originally by HQ.

Policy Papers & Briefs
April 2018
Global

IN’s latest resource is an introduction to the topic Land and Water Grabbing: A discussion of integrity implications and related risks, which discusses the integrity implications and risks of land and water grabbing. The essay examines the link between land and water grabbing, the people that are most impacted by this, and legal frameworks related to both land and water rights.

Peer-reviewed publication
March 2018

In arid regions, oases ecosystems are fragile and sensitive to climate change, and water is the major limiting factor for environmental and socio-economic developments. Understanding the drivers of land use/cover change (LUCC) in arid regions is important for the development of management strategies to improve or prevent environmental deterioration and loss of natural resources.

Institutional & promotional materials
March 2018
China
Oceania
Asia

The Asia-Pacific region, despite impressive economic growth, is home to 490 million people still suffering from chronic hunger and it accounts for 62 percent of undernourished people in the world.

Peer-reviewed publication
March 2018

Soil erosion by water has accelerated over recent decades due to non-sustainable land use practices resulting in substantial land degradation processes.

Peer-reviewed publication
March 2018

Since the early 20th century, “desert reclamation” has been synonymous with large-scale waterworks and irrigation. These techniques have made it possible to produce abundant crops in arid or semi-arid environments. The costs have often been externalized, with increased environmental productivity in the new croplands counterbalanced by increased aridity elsewhere.

Peer-reviewed publication
March 2018

Indonesia, as an archipelagic nation, has about 150 million people (60%) living in coastal areas. Such communities are increasingly vulnerable to the effects of change, in the form of sea level rise and stronger, more intense storms.

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