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This case study on proven methods and practices by women in arid areas of India provides lessons for more immediate and sustainable alternatives. The study is particularly relevant for highly populous and arid countries like India and China with emerging economies.
The report, Gender and REDD+: An Asia Regional Analysis provides a summary of gender components of REDD+ programs in Asia, a sub-regional summary of women's forest use and role in forest management and governance, and recommendations for how upcoming programs can mainstream gender considerations into REDD+ projects by learning from and building upon current regional REDD+ models, to ensure that USAID assistance makes the optimal contribution to gender equality.
Linda Mossop-Rousseau of WOCAN South Africa and Stacy Alboher of Global Gender and Climate Alliance joined in a presentation to the pilot FIP countries in Cape Town, South Africa on Wednesday 22 June 2011. The subject of their joint presentation was Gender and the Forest Investment Program.
Outreach is a multi-stakeholder publication on climate change and sustainable development produced by Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future, a UK based non-government organisation. Acting as a conduit for the multifarious opinions of stakeholders, Outreach aims to empower stakeholders and provide space for debates and discourses relevant to intergovernmental negotiations on environment.
This is a summary for policy makers from the Commission on Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change. Business as usual in our globally interconnected food system will not bring us food security and environmental sustainability. Several converging threats – from climate change, population growth and unsustainable use of resources – are steadily intensifying pressure on humanity and world governments to transform the way food is produced, distributed and consumed.

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