Reports

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Year: 2009
The CIPRA compact “Energy” provides an overview on energy use and energy production in the Alps and describes national and regional strategies for climate protection and climate adaptation
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Year: 2009
This report investigates whether a technology transfer mechanism can help to reach a cooperative outcome, in a game on a climate change treaty that involves emission caps for both developed and developing countries
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Year: 2008
The following guidelines are offered to help in application of the IUCN protected area management categories, which classify protected areas according to their management objectives
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Year: 2008
This report presents a conceptual framework that can be used by stakeholders concerned by the development and management of shared freshwater resources
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Year: 2008
The aim of this report is to demonstrate that regions like mountain areas have a specific relevance in the debate on territorial cohesion in Europe
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Year: 2008
Conservation work in conflict zones and across international borders has impacts on more than just wildlife populations and their habitats
Year: 2008
Tourism is considered to be a vulnerable and highly climate-sensitive economic sector, similar to agriculture, insurance, energy, and transportation
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Year: 2006

This publications synthesises results from a three-country research project on Afghan transnational networks and sustainable reintegration conducted by the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU) in 2004-5

  • Migration and the formation of transnational networks are key livelihood strategies for the people of Afghanistan; a simple distinction between political and economic causes, associated with involuntary or voluntary migration, cannot do justice to the complexity of these migration flows.
  • Migration is an ancient phenomenon in the region, not simply a response to poverty or war and a cultural model, not merely an act of flight followed by integration into the host country or eventual repatriation.
The relevant governments and the international assistance community should work towards:
  • policy prescriptions to manage population movements to the benefit of all involved, rather than straightforward repatriation initiatives, and to improve the economic and security situation in Afghanistan.
  • establishing bilateral labour migration frameworks that provide clear legal rights for Afghan labourers and increase awareness of the labour and other contributions made by Afghans to the Iranian and Pakistani economies.

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Year: 2005
Protected areas have become part and parcel of global debates on such issues as security, human rights, genetic resources, foods and medicines, access to land and resources, social and cultural values and human heritage
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Year: 2004
The chapters in this guide are largely based upon the main themes of the 1991 International Consultation on Parks, Peaks and People, whose themes were selected to cover topics of wide general interest and applicability
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