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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2018
    Luxembourg, Papua New Guinea, Madagascar, United States of America

    Madagascar est en train d’initier son processus de préparation à la REDD+, incluant le développement d’une stratégie REDD+, bien qu’une vision REDD+ pour Madagascar reste encore à établir.

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    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2018
    Luxembourg, Madagascar

    La conservation et la gestion durable de la forêt font partie des grandes priorités de développement de Madagascar. Néanmoins, la problématique de la déforestation et de la dégradation des forêts reste cruciale pour diverses raisons, liées notamment au contexte socioéconomique du pays, à la gouvernance des ressources naturelles et à la politique de développement.

  3. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    August, 2018
    Madagascar

    Given its ability to innovate, rapidly adapt to changing conditions and leverage capital for new market opportunities, the private sector can play a key role in helping countries meet the Sustainable Development Goals and their climate commitments, such as Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and REDD+.

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    Institutional & promotional materials
    August, 2018
    India, Kenya, Equatorial Guinea, Madagascar

    To implement the ambitious REDD+ actions required to halve deforestation and forest degradation, developing countries need to adopt innovative and ambitious financing approaches. Financing to shift land-based investments and achieve deforestation-free commodity production is estimated at USD 200 billion, of which approximately USD 17-28 billion is needed for REDD+, an ambitious amount given the current level of climate finance.

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    Conference Papers & Reports
    January, 2018
    Madagascar

    Pig-rearing, essential oils, fruit trees and beekeeping: establishing additional sources of income has been key to a restoration project on the biodiversity-rich island of Madagascar.*

    Forest loss and degradation have plagued Madagascar’s unique biological diversity. Direct causes include slash-and-burn agriculture for subsistence crops. As a result, the island’s evergreen forest is severely fragmented. While tree planting had occurred in the past, it centred on exotic species with limited social and ecological benefits.

  6. Library Resource
    National Policies
    January, 2017
    Madagascar

    Les objectifs de cette Stratégie nationale sur la restauration des paysages forestiers et des infrastructures vertes (SNRPF) à Madagascar sont: une planification de l’aménagement du paysage et un processus décisionnel communautaires; une coopération intersectorielle efficace et une coordination entre agences gouvernementales aux niveaux national, infranational et local; un renforcement de la capacité des institutions locales à mieux gérer les conflits sur l’utilisation et la propriété des terres; et une amélioration des politiques visant à une gestion intégrée des terres.

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    Regulations
    September, 2017
    Madagascar

    Le présent décret fixe l'engagement national en matière de neutralité de la dégradation des terres, en application des dispositions générales de la Convention des Nations Unies sur la lutte contre la désertification et de la Charte de l'Environnement Malagasy actualisée.

  8. Library Resource
    National Policies
    January, 2001
    Madagascar

    La Politique forestière Malagasy s’articule autour des quatre grandes orientations suivantes: enrayer les processus de dégradation forestière (Orientation 1); mieux gérer les ressources forestières (Orientation 2); augmenter la superficie et le potentiel forestiers (Orientation 3); et accroitre la performance économique du secteur forestier (Orientation 4).

  9. Library Resource
    January, 2001
    Honduras, Chile, Ukraine, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Ghana, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Guyana, Belarus, Central African Republic, Nicaragua, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Madagascar, Uzbekistan, Cameroon, Tanzania, Ecuador, Papua New Guinea, Russia, Armenia, Brazil, Oceania, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Eastern Asia

    Report which alleges that International Monetary Fund (IMF) loans and policies have caused extensive deforestation in each of the 15 countries of Africa, Latin America, and Asia studied.This forest loss, the author claims, has occurred both directly and indirectly through:the IMF's promotion of foreign investment in natural resource sectorsausterity measures that cut spending on environmental programsprograms that have unwittingly worsened the conditions of povertythe IMF.s insistence upon export-oriented economic growth.The report finds that:IMF induced cuts have impeded:Promotion of resp

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