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File Good Governance, Indigenous Peoples, and Biodiversity Conservation: Recommendations for Enhancing Results across Sectors by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:08 PM
120 Cultural and biological diversity are both facing the same threats from poor governance. This creates many opportunities for donors to simultaneously improve governance and conserve diversity through synergistic interventions. This publication suggests policy, operational, and institutional reforms that can improve the performance and enhance the results of these interventions. Date: 2001. Authors: Biodiversity Support Program. Program: Asia and the Pacific
File Mapping People's forests: The Role of Mapping in Planning Community-Based Management of Conservation Areas in Indonesia by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:09 PM
71 This PeFoR discussion paper, which draws on experience from Indonesia, focused on a convservation organization's involvement in mapping indigenous lands for the purpose of creating protected area borders and amnagement plans. A core issue discussed involves the conflict between the prior rights of local people and the recent claims of rights over the same territory. Date: 2000. Author: Cristina Eghenter. Biome: Tropical and Subtropical Broadleaf Forests. Program: Asia and the Pacific
File Indigenous Peoples, Mapping and Biodiversity Conservation: An Analysis of Current Activities and Opportunities for Applying Geomatics Technologies by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:09 PM
23. This paper, published in 1995, is a global survey of community-based projects that have used the tool of mapping to support indigenous Peoples' natural resource management systems and land claims, Date: 1995. Author: Peter Poole. Program: Asia and the Pacific
File Indigenous Social Movements and Ecological Resilience: Lessons from the Dayak of Indonesia by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:09 PM
99 In this volume, Janis B. Alcorn, Director of BSP's Asia & Pacific Program and PeFoR, and Antoinette G. Royo, Senior Program Officer at BSP-KEMALA, join several Dayak activists to reflect on the progress of the indigenous peoples' social movement in Indonesia and its impact on ecological resilience. John Bamba, Stefanus Masiun, and Ita Natalia reflect on how NGOs mobilize country support for conservation. Date: 2000. Authors: Alcorn, Janis B. and Antionette G. Royo, eds. Program: Asia and the Pacific
File Gobernancia Correcta, Pueblos Indigenas, y Conservacion de la Biodiversidad: Recomendaciones para mejorar los resultados a traves de los sectores. by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:09 PM
184 Cultural and biological diversity are both facing the same threats from poor governance. This creates many opportunities for donors to simultaneously improve governance and conserve diversity through synergistic interventions. This publication suggests policy, operational and institutional reforms that can improve the performance and enhance the results of these interventions. date: 2001 Authors: Alcorn, Janis B. Biome: Xeric Formations. Program: Asia and the Pacific
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