4 edition of Mainstreaming biodiversity in agricultural development found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 48-50).
|Statement||Stefano Pagiola, John Kellenberg ; with Lars Vidaeus and Jitendra Srivastava.|
|Series||World Bank environment paper ;, no. 15, Global overlays program|
|Contributions||Kellenberg, John., World Bank.|
|LC Classifications||S589.7 .P34 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||97000994|
A primary obstacle to mainstreaming biodiversity in sustainable food systems is the lack of a consistent way for governments, the private sector and other decision-makers to assess agricultural biodiversity . Throughout its six years of experience in Brazil, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Turkey, the Biodiversity for Food and Nutrition Initiative (BFN Project) has pioneered a partner-based methodology using indigenous food biodiversity . Two Philippine-based international agencies co-organized a multisectoral workshop on biodiversity in food and agriculture in Thailand. The Multisectoral Workshop on Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Food and Agriculture was held by Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (Searca) and the Asean Centre for Biodiversity . Institutions are defined as a set of formal rules (for example, law and regulations) and informal norms, as well as their enforcement characteristics (North ); they also include processes guiding interac- tions between groups of people.
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Some institutional levers were identified that aided mainstreaming Author: Penelope R. Whitehorn, Laetitia M. Navarro, Matthias Schröter, Miguel Fernandez, Miguel Fernandez, X. Mainstreaming biodiversity and development This Darwin Initiative and BMZ-funded project supported African countries to use their revised national biodiversity and strategy action plans (NBSAPs) as a vehicle for integrating biodiversity into development.
The World Bank’s Agriculture and Rural Development publication series presents recent analyses of issues that affect agriculture’s role as a source of economic development, rural livelihoods, and. Agricultural biodiversity and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The loss of agricultural biodiversity in our global food production systems is an issue of increasing concern, recognized by the Rio.
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OECD work on mainstreaming biodiversity and development. Summary Record of the OECD workshop on Biodiversity and Development: Mainstreaming and Managing for Results, 18 February, Excerpts from the mainstreaming sections in ‘biodiversity.
Gender mainstreaming is the current international approach to promoting equality between women and men. It is based on the recognition that gender inequality operates at all levels and in all sectors of. Using examples and case studies from around the globe, the book explores current strategies for improving nutrition and diets and identifies key research and implementation gaps that need to be addressed to successfully promote the better use of agricultural biodiversity.
1. MAINSTREAMING BIODIVERSITY IN THE AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES SECTORS Katia Karousakis, PhD Biodiversity Team Leader OECD Environment Directorate CBD SBI-2, Montreal, Canada OECD & Partners side-event series on Mainstreaming Biodiversity for Sustainable Development 2.
To increase awareness on the importance of biodiversity mainstreaming across the agriculture and allied sectors three days “Regional Consultative Meeting on Biodiversity Mainstreaming across Agricultural sectors - Asia and the Pacific” was held from 17 to 19 July in Bangkok, Thailand.
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This series of books is published by Earthscan in association with Bioversity International. The aim of the series is to review the current state of knowledge in topical issues associated with agricultural biodiversity, to identify gaps in our knowledge base, to synthesize lessons learned and to propose future research and development.
Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management Mainstreaming. Under the biodiversity and ecosystem management mainstreaming, efforts are being made to integrate biodiversity and ecosystem management into development planning and production sector activities to safeguard biodiversity.
Mainstreaming Agrobiodiversity in Sustainable Food Systems: Scientific Foundations for an Agrobiodiversity Index (to be published in ). Bioversity International is a global research-for-development organization.
We have a vision – that agricultural biodiversity. Mainstreaming biodiversity and development. Guidance from African experience This toolkit helps those involved in national or sectoral development planning understand the biodiversity into development mainstreaming. Biodiversity for Food and Nutrition.
The Biodiversity for Food and Nutrition Project is a multi-country, multi-partner initiative led by Brazil, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Turkey and funded by the Global. In addition to its discussion of how biodiversity and ecosystem services can improve the salience and effectiveness of impact assessment, this Handbook presents a range of applications and possible solutions to challenges in key policy and planning sectors, including urban development, land use, energy, marine areas, infrastructure, agriculture.Agricultural biodiversity is shrinking fast and humanity is losing cost effective options to deal with global challenges.
To sustainably manage agrobiodiversity, we need to measure it and devise.This toolkit is a component of a Global Environmental Fund (GEF) Medium-Size Project (MSP)” Mainstreaming Biodiversity in the Sylvo-pastoral and Rangeland Landscapes in the Al Sharah Agricultural Development .