This short summary of lessons learnt on ILD is the results of an extensive review done at the closure of the EA. The full report is also available at request from firstname.lastname@example.org
This meta case captures the experiences and lessons learnt on Indigenous Community Conserves Areas worldwide under EA by IUCN NL, Both ENDs, WI and their partners.
REDD + has been a learning and advocacy topic very actively pursued under EA by IUCN NL. This meta case captures the way this was done and policy results attained.
In October 2015, the EA programme in the Pantanal will close with 4 events at the time. An evaluative meeting with partners from Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia, an encounter on the Pantanal Observatory, a day with the Pantanal Network.....
but also a special 4 day creative encounter between musicians and environmentalists, during a boat trip, resulting in a public presentation in Corumba. Visit also the public facebook page for photoos and updates!
Organizado en Buenos Aires por UICN Sur (Arturo Mora) y IUCN NL, para partneres con experiencia y aspiraciones de trabajar con el sector privado para lograr sus metas de conservacion y justicia.
Uno de los ejemplos presentados es la colaboracion entre Pro Yungas y Ledesma en el Norte de Argentina
Facilitado por Heleen van den Hombergh y Bette Harms, IUCN NL
Entre los participantes:
SBDA, Pro Yungas, FVSA, FARN y muchos mas
From 27-30 October our Ecosystem Alliance and its partners from Indonesia, Argentina Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay discussed progress/obstacles in governance of soy and palm-oil value chains and landscapes. We jointly formulated a call for action, requesting stronger support to legality, high quality (Roundtable) certification, extension of sustainability criteria to all EU agro-commodity import, improved transparency in agro value chains (either or not certified), and financial institutes and incentives (like tax) to more strongly support sustainable production.
Here you can find, schematically, the main objectives set for the EA Learning Agenda, that cross-cuts 16 countries and regions.
The Ecosystem Alliance invited a number of soy and palm oil partners to the Netherlands 27-30 October 2014. Expert partners on soy came from Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia and partners on palm oil from Indonesia. With peers from the Netherlands they discussed land governance progress and challenges in their countries, and potential collective strategies.