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Year: 2009
This report provides a snapshot of both the successes achieved and challenges faced in managing environmental data and information in Uganda, providing some relevant recommendations
Year: 2009
This catalogue of measures has been elaborated in the frame of the Ecological Continuum Project
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Year: 2008
Practical Action has been working on community based EWS (early warning systems) in Nepal since 2002 - specifically on systems which give early warning of flood
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Year: 2008
Within the framework of the collaboration between the Mountain Partnership and the Mountain Forum a stocktaking exercise has been carried out in the period 2007- 2008 by the African Mountain Forum (AMF) and the Mountain Forum Secretariat (MFS)
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Year: 2008
The object of the project was to reflect and learn on the process of embarking on a local government led climate change adaptation initiative; build the foundations for a network of Basin contacts interested in pursuing these types of activities in the future; and jointly agree on a direction for the learning network during the period of the initiative
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Year: 2008
The Ecological Continuum Project was started in June 2007 by ALPARC (Alpine Network of Protected Areas), CIPRA (International Commission for the Protection of the Alps), ISCAR (International Scientific Committee Alpine Research) and the European Alpine Programme of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) with the aim of maintaining or restoring ecological connectivity between important areas for nature conservation in the Alps
Year: 2008
This report presents a collection of success stories from the realization of Farmers' Rights as they are addressed in the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
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Year: 2007
Disaster risk reduction (DRR) has emerged as an important agenda item in the development community
Year: 2007
This report illustrates how the world’s great river basins are fast dying as a result of over-extraction, dams and infrastructure development, invasive species, climate change, over-fishing, and pollution
Year: 2007
There were two major goals of the Workshop on Global Change Research in African Mountains
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