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Working Paper
IWMI Working Paper
Irrigated agriculture has become an important focus of the Government of Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) for addressing poverty alleviation, food security and climate change. Most irrigation systems to date have relied upon surface water, limiting irrigation development to areas close to streams, rivers and reservoirs. To address this gap, a...
Data or Tool
The Emission Quantification Tool (EQT) has been developed to support a rapid assessment of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs), (i.e, black carbon), associated with municipal solid waste management in a city/country, considering all the phases of the life cycle. Specifically intended for policymakers and practitioners...
Book
In this volume, we seek to highlight how the sustainable use of biodiversity as practiced in well-managed SEPLS can contribute to effective area-based conservation of biodiversity. The concept of SEPLS includes the idea that integrated and holistic management approaches can have mutual benefits for biodiversity and livelihoods, sustainably...
Presentation
Consolidation and replication of effective landscape approaches for biodiversity conservation and human livelihoods: CBD-COP14 Side Event 2812
Author:
Nicolas
Shauffele
Sabrina
Mengrani
Yohsuke
Amano
This presentation was made as one of the three key note presentations in a side event at the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) fourteenth meeting of the conference of parties (COP14), entitled "Consolidation and replication of effective landscape approaches for biodiversity conservation and human livelihoods". It demonstrated key facts and...
Policy Report
The Satoyama Development Mechanism (SDM) is a seed funding mechanism to encourage IPSI members to develop and accelerate sustainability actions in SEPLS. This report aims to present the SDM projects and their contributions to global goals, for the consideration of policymakers, businesses, researcher institutions, organizations and civil society....
Submission to Policy Process
Author:
Mao
Kol Mardi
Navuth
Sam
Kim
Vathanak Thida
Keo
Channarith
Nodira
Akhmedkhodjaeva
Rithy
Uch
Phalla
Sam
Lara
Grosso
Seng
Bunrith
Just like in any city, the waste management has always been a major societal issue for Phnom Penh. The monthly amount of disposed waste at the landfill more than doubled in the past decade owing to factors such as population growth, economic growth, changes in industrial structure and of people’s lifestyle. While Phnom Penh Capital Administration...
Conference Proceeding
The 11th Regional Conference on Environmental Engineering 2018 and the 3rd International Symposium on Conservation and Management of Tropical Lakes “Enhancing Sustainability and Resilience under Anthropogenic Pressure and Climate Change
Author:
Hul
Seingheng
Heng
Naleak
Naret
Heng
Neth
Baromey
The Tonle Sap Lake (TSL) is among the most productive freshwater ecosystems, and one of the most fish- abundant lakes in the world. It is connected with the Mekong River by Tonle Sap River. The TSL absorbs a huge volume of water, which helps to reduce flooding in the Mekong River floodplains during the peak flooding season, then releases water into...
Presentation
GEF-Satoyama Project Consolidation Workshop
The presentation briefed the results of a synthesis of case studies on the ten GEF-Satoyama Projects, focusing on the values, traditional knowledge and governance of socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes (SEPLS)
Presentation
AIC2018
Author:
Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment Conservation (MONREC), Myanmar introduced EIA procedure (EIAP) in December 2015. The Ministry of Environment Japan (MOEJ) was considering to support Myanmar which stands at the initial stage of effective implementation of EIA. As a starting point, MOEJ, Institute of Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)...
Briefing Note
Author:
Tsutomu
Ichikawa
Karen G.
Villholth
Payments for ecosystem services (PES) is a market-based mechanism aimed at sustaining the flow of such services. Through a PES scheme, beneficiaries or users of the ecosystem service(s) compensate the provider or manager of those services, directly or indirectly. The provider and beneficiaries agree on the terms and conditions of the PES and...