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"Wetlands"

As a side event of COP10 2008, Wetlands International Japan held a workshop titled "the Cultural Values of Wetlands: Case Studies from Agia."

The book reports the whole program/ speeches/ addresses, along with power point materials used during the session.

"Wetlands"

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Factsheet about the Central Kalimantan Peatland Project

Factsheet explaining the methods and achievements of the Central Kalimantan Peatland Project (CKPP).

 

 

 

 

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Poster Central Kalimantan Peatland Project

Poster about peatland restoration in Central Kalimantan, explaining the Central Kalimantan Peatland Project to people in the area (in Indonesian).

 

 

 

 

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Handbook for local policy makers in Kalimantan's peatlands

Handbook in Bahassa Indonesia for policy makers about the problems connected to peatland drainage and the solutions of the Central Kalimantan Peatland Project.

 

 

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Leaflet for local communities in Kalimantan's peatlands

Leaflet in Bahassa Indonesia to local communities the problems connected to peatland drainage and the solutions of the Central Kalimantan Peatland Project.

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Question and Answer factbook on peatlands

This booklet provides you with a all the most recent facts and figures about peatlands, with a focus on tropical peatlands. Subjects that are explained are peatland occurance, their rate of degradation globally, carbon loss and impacts on climate change and facts about restoration efforts.

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Demo Sites for Coastal Ecosystem Rehabilitation After Tsunami

List of Proposed Demo Sites for Coastal Rehabilitation, Activities carried, Suggestions to government, and Details of contact persons in the field.

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Letter to the government of Kenya about the Tana wetlands

Letter to Hon. John. N. Michuki, EGH, MP, Minister for Environment and Mineral Resources about the plans to convert the Tana wetlands into sugarcane plantations for biofuel production.

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Water scarcity problem-solving in Kenya wetlands (video)

This video shows how collective water management can prevent conflict and improve water availability, use for agriculture and other aims in the Kimana wetlands at the foot of the Kilimanjaro in Kenya, Africa. 

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Wetland Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in China

UNDP - GEF - Government of China funded project

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Serial CAKRA 7: Karyawisata ke Pesisir yang Sehat

Ingin tahu lebih banyak lagi tentang ekosistem pesisir yang yang sehat dan manfaat lebih lainnya tambak silvofishery? ikuti ceritanya. 

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Healthy Wetlands, Healthy People

On 8 November 2007 the People’s Government of Shaoxing City hosted a symposium, organised by Wetlands International, entitled ‘Healthy Wetlands, Healthy People’. The opening sessions were chaired by Chen Kelin, Director of Wetlands International - China, and the technical sessions and discussion by Mike Ounsted, Chair of the Wetlands and Livelihoods Working Group.

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Supporting livelihoods in Malawi and Zambia (video)

This video highlights two cases of Zambia and Malawi on how better water management can go hand in hand with poverty reduction. It shows the importance of wise use of dambos (seasonally flooded grasslands) for the communities that live around them.

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Gender in Green Coast

 A clear focus on gender is well reflected in the objectives of the Green Coast project, because they are understood as part of the wider context of power relations and inequities, land tenure and access to resources and services. Hence, the project takes into account the specific roles, rights and responsibilities of men, women, boys and girls. The degree in which gender concerns are addressed can be used as a benchmark to both measure policy plans, and impact and effects of the small grants.

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Study of Lessons Learned from Mangrove/Coastal Ecosystem Restoration Efforts in Aceh since the Tsunami

This study highlights the lessons learned from the mangrove/coastal ecosystem restoration efforts in Aceh since the 2004 tsunami. 

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Best practise guidelines on the restoration of mangroves in Sri Lanka

The best practise guidelines aim to provide the reader with appropriate knowledge and understanding over the different aspects of mangrove silviculture (planting) for coastal protection.

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Best practises in eco-restoration of tsunami rehabilitation in India

This booklet focusses on some of the best practises and interventions attemted in the eco-restoration and the tsunami rehabilitation activities, with a hope to help analyse and understand interventions in the context of massive disasters like the tsunami and thereby also help in enabling policy processes of governent, donors and aid agencies.

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Green Coast - small grants docket India

Green Coast initiated community base rehabilitation projects hrough micro, small and large grants. This brochure describes what the small grants projects in India did to undo the negative effects of the tsunami.

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Green reconstruction policy guidelines

Green reconstruction aims to improve the quality of life for communities and affected individuals whilst minimising the negative impacts of reconstruction on the environment and maintaining the long-term biological diversity and productivity of natural systems. The Green Reconstruction Policy Guidelines highlights areas of reconstruction that can have the most direct impact on natural resources.

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Green Coast poster

Green coast poster

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Green Coast leaflet

What is Green Coast? Options for recovery; guiding reconstruction 

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Global Peatland Assessment

This first comprehensive global assessment on the links between peatland degradation and climate change shows that clearance, drainage and fires in peatlands emit more than 3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide every year, equivalent to 10% of global emissions from fossil fuels.

Protection and restoration of peatlands are among the most cost- effective options for climate change mitigation

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Wetlands and Livelihood

This poster provideed in formation about linkage between wetlands and livelihood of local people live in the wetland area. For those who interested to obtain this poster, please contact Ms. Rusnee Uma at rusneeuma@yahoo.com

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Les biocarburants en Afrique

Les zones humides d’Afrique seront sérieusement menacées de conversion et de dégradation si la production agricole pour les biocarburants venait à se concrétiser. Ce sont là les conclusions d'une étude commanditéee par Wetlands International à AIDEnvironnement.
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Atlas du Bassin du Niger / Niger Basin Atlas

Cet « Atlas du Bassin du fleuve Niger », édité avec l’appui technique du World Wildlife Fund (WWF), est consacré à faire mieux connaître l’importance de ces ressources du bassin. Il constitue un guide de découverte du bassin du Niger à travers une série de cartes thématiques dont les principales donnent un aperçu des sites d’importance en matière de diversité biologique et pour la sécurité alimentaire.

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Biofuels in Africa

In 2020, Africa is expected to produce a relatively small but substantial part of the global biofuel demand. Millions of hectares will be turned into large scale biofuel plantations.

Especially natural areas of wetlands and rainforest – the hotspots for biodiversity - are vulnerable for this development.

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Striking a Balance

This leaflet promotes the Striking a Balance (SAB) approach, which seeks to address the widespread and growing pressures on wetlands in Africa from agricultural and other uses. It focuses on the way in which natural resources need to be valued by communities if they are to be used sustainably. In this way the value obtained from the wetland motivates communities to undertake management practices which will enhance and sustain it. However, such uses have to be based on a sound understanding of how wetlands function, especially the functional landscape approach, and how they should be managed through community institutions.

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The Niger, a lifeline

An extensive study on the impact of existing and planned dams in the Upper Niger. Impacts such as irrigation, hydropower generation but also loss of agricultural and grazing lands, changing fish stocks and biodiversity loss are quatified and compared. Multidisciplinary in nature, this study draws on the fields of hydrology, ecology and environmental economics.

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Sivash Region: a brief socio-economic overview

This publication is a part of project ”Towards Integrated Management Planning for the Sivash in Ukraine (2002—2005)”, aimed at study and conservation of unique nature complex Sivash. It provides information on the main economic sectors of the region.

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Wetlands International letter 10% mandatory biofuel target EP

Wetlands International position on biofuels: letter to the European Commission.

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Wetlands, poverty reduction and sustainable tourism development

Tourism is a principal source of income for many of the developing countries. The tourism sector provides good opportunities for many poor people.  Wetlands like coasts, rivers and lakes play a vital part in this success. This brochure highlights the role of wetland tourism for poverty reduction.

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Land Cover and Avian Biodiversity in Rice Fields and Mangroves of West Africa

Cette étude menée entre 2003 et 2006, est une composante clé du International Policy Programme Biodiversity, 2002-2006 des Pays Bas (BBI). Il met en relief l’importance de la zone écologique de rizières et de mangroves en Afrique de l’Ouest pour les personnes et pour la biodiversité. Il identifie et documente aussi les menaces pesant sur ce système et propose des recommandations en termes de politiques à mettre en place pour une gestion rationnelle.

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Valoración Socioeconómica de los Humedales en América Latina y el Caribe

La presente publicación intenta explicar de una manera sencilla y amena los fundamentos de la valoración económica y social de los humedales y su rol en la toma de decisiones en América Latina y El Caribe.

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Peat CO2

This report presents shocking figures on CO2 emissions from drained peatland areas. These areas were once swamp forests. Due to extensive drainage for logging, palm oil plantations and pulp wood, the peat oxidates into huge amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2).

A study of Delft Hydraulics in cooperation with Wetlands International and Alterra.

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Peatland degradation fuels climate change

In this article we publisch the findings of the Peat-CO2 study of Delft Hydraulics, Wetlands International and Alterra for the 12th UN-FCCC summit, Nairobi 2006.

The article presents shocking information on climate change caused by wetland destruction in Indonesia.

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Le Niger, une artère vitale

Cette étude pluridisciplinaire, couvre les domaines de l'hydrologie, de l'écologie et de l'environnement. Elle vise à mettre au point un outil d'aide à la prise de décision pour une gestion efficace du Haut Niger.
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The Asian Tsunami: An environmental assessment one year later

It is almost one year since the unprecedented destruction of the Asian Tsunami Disaster took place. One year in which to grieve and mourn the loss of so many lives, one year in which to assess the extent of the destruction and, most importantly,one year in which to regroup, rebuild and restore.

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Paru dans Sirenews

Article en anglais paru dans Sirenws 45 d'avril 2006

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Newsletter of Wetlands International Malaysia

Quarterly newsletters of Wetlands International Malaysia (2006).

 

 

 

 

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Brochure on Wetlands And Poverty Reduction Project

Description of the Wetlands And Poverty Reduction Project (12 pages).

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Proceedings of conference "Conservation of wetland and terrestrial biodiversity in agricultural lands through landscape optimisation"

Proceedings of the interdisciplinary conference "Conservation of wetland and terrestrial biodiversity in agricultural lands through landscape optimisation", which was organized in the framework of the project “Wetlands biodiversity conservation in Ukrainian agricultural lands” were published as a special issue of The Scientific Messenger of National Agricultural University of Ukraine.

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The Changing World of the Semelai Women of Tasek Bera

Describes the traditional and new roles of the Semelai Women, Education, Rituals and Traditions involvement of Semelai Women.

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Discover Tasek Bera

Tasek Bera - The Hidden Wetland Paradise.

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People and Nature - a fishing village in Malaysia

This story book is for children of age 10 - 14 years and was written and published in 4 languages.  Story of the lives of two children from different backgrounds living in Kuala Gula, Perak.

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