l'eau - source de sécurité alimentaire Journée mondiale de l'alimentation: 16 octobre 2002
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Library ResourceDecember, 2002Qatar, Burkina Faso, Bangladesh, Honduras, Philippines, Iraq, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Botswana, Iran, Nicaragua, Niger, Togo, Kenya
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2002Mozambique, Chile, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Suriname, Congo, Ethiopia, Costa Rica, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Philippines, Malaysia, Italy, Tanzania, Brazil, Bhutan, Papua New Guinea, Austria
This case study is one of a series of publications produced by the Forest Harvesting, Trade and Marketing Branch of FAO in an effort to promote environmentally sound forest harvesting and engineering practices. The purpose of these studies is to highlight both the promise of environmentally sound forest harvesting technologies as a component of sustainable forest management, and the constraints that must be overcome in order to assure widespread adoption of those technologies.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2002Thailand, Italy
This training package examines conflict within forest resource use and community-based forest management and offers strategies for managing it. It aims to support diverse and multiple forest user groups to manage conflicts that inevitably arise in the protection, use and control of forest resources. It has been prepared primarily for trainers who help people and organizations that work collaboratively in community forestry.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2002Qatar, Bangladesh, Honduras, United States of America, Iraq, Brazil, Germany, China, Sri Lanka, Malta, Iran, Pakistan, Jordan, Philippines, Nicaragua, United Arab Emirates, Italy, Tanzania, Kuwait, India, Saudi Arabia, Netherlands
Water - Source of food security. World Food Day: 16 October 2002
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2002Estonia, Kenya, Israel, China, Indonesia, Australia, Ireland, Ghana, Congo, Venezuela, Guinea, Guyana, Colombia, Nepal, Uganda, Tanzania, Portugal, India, Senegal, Brazil
¿Es mejor, y se administra mejor, un bosque con 1 000 especies que un bosque con 500 especies? Este número de Unasylva trata de cuestiones relacionadas con la diversidad biológica forestal y su conservación y uso sostenible. Una de las conclusiones básicas es que los números no son lo único que importa.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2002Indonesia, Finland, Armenia, United States of America
La Evaluacin de los recursos forestales mundiales 2000 (ERF 2000) ha concluido, pero ya han empezado los trabajos para la prxima evaluacin mundial. La consulta de expertos sobre Evaluaciones de recursos forestales mundiales - Conjuncin de esfuerzos nacionales e internacionales, conocida como Kotka IV, reuni a expertos internacionales en julio de 2002 para considerar ideas y estrategias para el futuro. Los artculos de este nmero de Unasylva son adaptaciones para un pblico ms amplio de documentos preparados para la reunin.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2002Malaysia, Italy
This case study is one of a series of publications produced by the Forest Harvesting, Trade and Marketing Branch of FAO as an effort to promote environmentally sound forest harvesting and engineering practices. The purpose of these studies is to highlight both the promise of environmentally sound forest harvesting technologies as a component of sustainable forest management, and the constraints that must be overcome in order to assure widespread adoption of those technologies.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2002Nepal, Laos, Bangladesh, Philippines, Malaysia, China, Italy, Cambodia, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Asia
Living aquatic resources play a fundamental role in sustaining the livelihoods of many of the rural poor in Asia, providing crucial buffers to shock and food insecurity, and offering opportunities for diverse and flexible forms of income generation. As with any production-based intervention, the poorest groups face significant constraints to entry into aquaculture. However, aquaculture offers many opportunities for livelihood benefits that other sectors do not. Aquaculture technologies appropriate for poor people are now largely in place.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2002Kenya, Switzerland, United States of America, Uganda, Australia, Denmark, Italy, Tanzania, Poland, United Kingdom, Ghana, India, Finland, Indonesia, New Zealand
Is a forest with 1 000 species better, and managed better, than a forest with 500 species? This issue of Unasylva looks at issues related to forest biological diversity and its conservation and sustainable use. One of the key messages is that numbers are not the only issue.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2002Rwanda, Laos, Kenya, South Africa, Gambia, Vietnam, Sweden, Zimbabwe, China, Italy, Canada, India
This guide on Gender and access to land has been prepared to support land administrators in governments and their counterparts in civil society who are involved in land access and land administration questions in rural development. It is frequently the case that gender issues are left out or misunderstood in such situations, often with negative results. This guide is designed to show where and why gender inclusion is important in projects and programmes that aim at improving land tenure and land administration arrangements.
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