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Lineamientos y conceptos para la adaptación de las pesquerías fluviales de la Cuenca del Plata al cambio climático

El presente trabajo responde a las necesidades de atender la problemática del cambio climático como un aspecto prioritario que ya está influyendo sobre la calidad de vida de quienes están vinculados a la actividad pesquera en los grandes ríos y humedales de la cuenca del Plata. Descarga aqui (PDF).

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Building with Nature Indonesia Design and Engineering Plan

This design and engineering plan will be used as preparation for the implementation of a large scale Building with Nature demonstration project in Demak, Central Java to secure the eroding coastline for coastal safety. The plan provides the concepts, reasoning, design and practicalities for the timely implementation of the pilot. It sets priorities and sequence of implementation, and addresses limitations and risks, which will be accounted for and resolved in an adaptive approach. The report will also serve as input for fruitful stakeholder engagement at the community, district, provincial and national level and for the Environmental Impact Assessment.
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Effects of different management regimes on mangrove ecosystem services in Java, Indonesia

This report for the first time quantifies the provision of mangrove ecosystem services according to different management regimes. The study concludes that ecosystem service provision depends strongly on the type of management and that mangrove-rich management regimes generally outscore aquaculture regimes. Decision-makers can make management choices depending on the desired outcome in terms of ecosystem services.

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Compilation of MFF SGF Study: “Compilation Study of Small Grant Facilitacy Program – Mangroves for the Future Indonesia”

The main program activities of MFF Indonesia in 2014 is capacity building and the implementation of 16 projects of small and medium-scale projects in one issue that puts the improvement and enhancement of coastal ecosystem function, especially mangroves, as well as increasing capacity and livelihoods of the coastal communities. In the process of project implementation on the ground, grantee or grantee institutions (NGOs, CBOs and the University) perform a variety of simple innovations, low-cost and community-based. In the efforts to restore mangrove ecosystem through the Mangrove for the Future program - Facilitacy Small Grant (MFF - SGF), community management is the main actor. Donors, national and local governments, NGOs and other partners is the facilitator. Harmonious interaction between the stakeholders to be a priority so that the ideas and values in mangrove restoration activities can be introduced and implemented by the community. This is a major challenge that required the right approach so that relations with the parties can be repaired.


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Compilation of MFF SGF Study: Studi Kompilasi Program Fasilitasi Dana Hibah Skala Kecil - Mangroves for the Future Indonesia

Program kerja utama dari MFF di Indonesia pada tahun 2014 adalah peningkatan kapasitas sertaimplementasi 16 proyek berskala kecil dan 1 proyek berskala menengah yang mengedepankan isu perbaikan dan peningkatan fungsi ekosistem pesisir, khususnya mangrove, serta peningkatan kapasitas dan penghidupan masyarakat pesisir. Dalam proses implementasi proyek di lapangan, lembaga penerima hibah atau grantee (LSM, KSM serta Universitas) melakukan berbagai inovasi sederhana, berbiaya murah dan berbasis masyarakat. Dalam usaha restorasi ekosistem mangrove melalui program Mangrove for the Future – Small Grant Facilitacy (MfF – SGF), masyarakat merupakan pelaku utama pengelolaan. Donor, pemerintah pusat dan daerah, LSM/NGO serta mitra lainnya merupakan fasilitator kegiatan. Interaksi yang harmonis antara stakeholder menjadi prioritas agar ide dan nilai dalam kegiatan restorasi mangrove dapat diintroduksi dan diterapkan oleh masyarakat. Hal ini menjadi tantangan utama sehingga diperlukan pendekatan yang tepat agar hubungan berbagai pihak dapat diperbaiki.


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El agua y los bosques en la parte alta de la Sierra del Merendón

En la parte alta de la Sierra del Merendón, la disponibilidad del agua es limitada y en algunas partes los usos del suelo no coinciden con su capacidad de uso. Cáritas Diócesis de Zacapa y Wetlands International en el marco de la Alianza por la Resiliencia investigaron en detalle a 5 microcuencas en la parte alta, para brindar el conocimiento que apoye en la toma de las mejores decisiones de todos los actores. Este estudio identificó las áreas cruciales que requieren reforestación para mejorar la recarga hídrica y de esta manera asegurar el agua para toda la población en el futuro.

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A pilot wintering waterbird indicator for the European Union

This report presents a set of indicators showing the status of waterbirds, considering their special importance in the context of the EU Birds Directive, and the effectiveness of other EU policies designed to maintain their habitats in good ecological status, such as the Water Framework Directive and the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. Composite indices for waterbirds show an overall positive trend for waterbirds, though marine specialist species generally have a less favourable trend than coastal or freshwater specialist species,

This report has been prepared by Wetlands International European Association, using data from the International Waterbird Census, one of the largest and oldest citizen science biodiversity monitoring schemes in Europe. This long-term dataset provides a particularly good basis to assess the effectiveness of the EU Birds Directive and other EU policies for the conservation of waterbirds that winter in significant numbers in the European Union.

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Brochure Reducing floods and land slides in the Agusan Delta, Philippines

The Red Cross, CARE Netherlands and Wetlands International have joined forces since 2011 to work together on disaster prevention and preparedness in the Agusan Delta in the South of the Philippines. Because we truly want to reduce the chance and impact of disasters, we do not only address the problems in the village, but also assess land and water management and use in the entire river landscape and implement solutions such as better management and restoration of ecosystems. Download the brochure.

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Promoting Ecosystems for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation - Opportunities for integration

With case studies contributions from PEDRR partners, this discussion paper highlights opportunities for integration between DRR and CCA through ecosystem-based approaches.

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Clearing the Air: Palm Oil, Peat Destruction, and Air Pollution

Landscape fires in Southeast Asia take a heavy toll on human health and the economy. Increasing demand for deforestation-free palm oil can help reduce the damage.

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