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File Plano de Vida Yawanawa (Yawanawa Life Plan) by Christin VanZant — last modified Nov 14, 2016 12:25 AM
The Yawanawa Life Plan establishes how territorial governance is conducted in order to promote conservation and protect communities’ well-being in their 187,000 hectares in the Gregorio River Indigenous Reserve in the Brazilian Amazon. This book also documents many years of Yawanawa history, details the way that they have developed their organizational capacity and their initiatives, and discusses lessons learned.
File Roadmap to Support Local Climate Resilience by Christin VanZant — last modified Mar 28, 2017 11:23 PM
This paper presents a roadmap of eight priority federal policy opportunities that build on the recommendations from the 2015 Rising Tides Summit, a first-of-its-kind bipartisan gathering of nearly 40 U.S. mayors and local elected officials from 18 of the 23 coastal U.S. states. The policy roadmap identifies key opportunities for the federal government to assist local communities with climate resilience efforts that can protect homes and jobs, build infrastructure that will last, preserve tourist towns and beaches, safeguard military bases, and ensure the longevity of ports.
File CLIMATE BENEFITS, TENURE COSTS by Christin VanZant — last modified Oct 21, 2016 03:48 PM
The Economic Case For Securing Indigenous Land Rights in the Amazon
File Coasts at Risk: An Assessment of Coastal Risks and the Role of Environmental Solutions by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 10, 2015 10:58 PM
Coasts at Risk: An Assessment of Coastal Risks and the Role of Environmental SolutionsSubmitted by Carol McCarthy.
File Advancing Global Food Security in the Face of a Changing Climate by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jul 30, 2014 06:33 PM
This report puts forward recommendations for how the US government can better address climate change through its policies on global agricultural development. It argues for the United States to rally international resources and deploy its agricultural research enterprise—its universities, research institutes, and agrifood businesses—to gather more information about how climate change will affect the global food system and develop the innovations to manage its impacts. It presents evidence that by enhancing the public sector’s partnerships with businesses and civil society, solutions that benefit populations around the world, from farmers in Africa to those in the United States, can be found. Featured July, 2014.
File Vulnerability And Resilience To Climate Change In Western Honduras by Portal Web Editor — last modified Nov 17, 2014 04:20 PM
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)/African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) Project conducted the Western Honduras Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (Western Honduras VA) in 2014 in response to requests from USAID/Honduras. The assessment represents a multidisciplinary effort to assess the impact of climate change1 and variability2 on social and ecological systems in Western Honduras. This assessment focused on Western Honduras’s Dry Corridor (in Spanish, Corredor Seco) region and the six departments receiving Feed the Future (FtF) programming support: Copán, Ocotepeque, Lempira, Santa Barbara, Intibucá, and La Paz.
File Climate-Resilient Development: A Framework for Understanding and Addressing Climate Change by Portal Web Editor — last modified Nov 19, 2014 02:43 PM
This framework facilitates the systematic inclusion of climate considerations in development decision-making. The framework’s objective is to support the development process by assisting development practitioners in identifying, evaluating, selecting, implementing, and adjusting actions to reduce climate vulnerabilities and improve development outcomes. The climate-resilient development framework described here is designed to promote actions that ensure progress toward development goals by including climate stressors, both climate variability and climate change.
File Improving Grassroots Equity in the Forests and Climate Change Context: Training Manual by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:15 AM
The USAID-funded Grassroots Equity and Enhanced Networks in the Mekong (GREEN Mekong) program recently completed a seminal training publication entitled “Improving grassroots equity in the forests and climate change context”. The manual aims to develop the knowledge and capacities of grassroots facilitators to conduct meaningful participatory processes that can improve social equity and inclusion in forest-based climate change mitigation policy frameworks, mechanisms and projects. Using innovative training approaches and methodologies grounded on experiential learning principles, this manual differs from typical REDD+ materials as it focuses on the ‘how' rather than the ‘what' of equity. It will help grassroots stakeholders to generate valuable opinions and positions about forests and climate change related developments. This manual will be translated into all Mekong region languages for wider use by grassroots actors.
File USAID Knowledge Services Center - New This Month: August 2014 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 16, 2014 03:38 PM
Check out what's new in development before the end-of-the-fiscal-year rush! The August edition of NTM includes books and e-books on: China in Africa; predictive analytics; early warning systems for climate change; women overcoming poverty; the principles of economics as depicted in the TV show The Simpsons. Don't miss the valuable information on page 8, which explains how the Library can help you access books and articles, even outside of the Library's collection.
File Advancing Global Food Security in the Face of a Changing Climate: Technical Appendix by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jun 29, 2014 01:00 PM
This is a Technical Appendix prepared by Gerald C. Nelson to accompany The Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Advancing Global Food Security in the Face of a Changing Climate.
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