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Year: Canada
A vast number of people in developing countries depend on the natural environment for their livelihoods, on farmland or forests, wetlands or coastal areas
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Year: 2011
In April 2008, ICIMOD initiated a project in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT), Bangladesh to promote livelihoods through income generation activities facilitated by the transfer of skills and technology
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Year: 2011
Food security professionals increasing realize that they must use communications strategically for their work to have a maximum impact
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Year: 2010
A global guide for designers and industry, it provides support to ecodesign novices and those looking to further their understanding of the field
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Year: 2010
Great ape tourism, if well implemented, can serve to conserve the species but it can also have considerable negative impacts if it is not based on sound conservation principles
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Year: 2010
Oxfam supports communities and organisations around the world that are already developing the tools and techniques that can be used to adapt to global warming
Year: 2010
Beehive Bio-briquette is one of the alternative energy technologies that might address energy crisis for cooking and heating for the high altitude communities in Bhutan where dung is extensively collected for fuel wood
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Year: 2009
In this guidebook, suggestions are made for how a team of facilitators and a community forest user group (CFUG) can catalyse and maintain an approach to governance and management that draws on and strengthens the CFUG?s own adaptive and collaborative capacities
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Year: 2009
Most community forest management in developing countries involves management of natural forests that would otherwise be degraded or deforested and producing carbon emissions
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