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Metodologías CUBHIC: Restauración y Conservación de Pastizales Altoandinos

By Michael E. Foster, David Chen, and Mark S. Kieser

Este documento metodológico es parte de una serie de Metodologías CUBHIC, publicadas por Forest Trends en asociación con Kieser & Associates y nuestros socios implementadores del proyecto Infraestructura Natural para la Seguridad Hídrica, CONDESAN, SPDA, EcoDecisión e Imperial College London. Cada metodología permite la cuantificación de beneficios hídricos de intervenciones en la infraestructura natural al[…]

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Metodologías CUBHIC: Zanjas de Infiltración

By Michael E. Foster, David Chen, and Mark S. Kieser

Este documento metodológico es parte de una serie de Metodologías CUBHIC, publicadas por Forest Trends en asociación con Kieser & Associates y nuestros socios implementadores del proyecto Infraestructura Natural para la Seguridad Hídrica, CONDESAN, SPDA, EcoDecisión e Imperial College London. Cada metodología permite la estimación de beneficios hídricos de intervenciones en la infraestructura natural al[…]

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Forest Trends Impact Report 2019

WHEN WE FOUNDED FOREST TRENDS TWENTY YEARS AGO, we wanted this organization to be nimble – to be able to move fast when opportunities arose. But even by our standards, the pace has been extraordinary this year. In this year’s Impact Report, we highlight the results of our programs, and important stories from the places where […]

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Resumen de investigación: Brechas de género en la gestión de la infraestructura natural y el agua en el Perú

By Patricia Carrillo

El presente resumen ha sido elaborado por Forest Trends en base al informe final de la consultoría “Brechas de Género en Infraestructura Natural”, encargado por Forest Trends al equipo consultor liderado por María Isabel Remy Simatovic en el marco del Proyecto Infraestructura Natural para la Seguridad Hídrica. El diagnóstico muestra desigualdades significativas en la participación[…]

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Gender and Wood-Based Value Chains in Vietnam

In Vietnam, an estimated 2-3 million women work in small, micro, or household-sized businesses, growing and processing wood products for sale in domestic markets and for export around the world. This paper draws on recent fieldwork and relevant literature to analyze the characteristics and causes of gender inequity in small and microenterprises in Vietnam’s wood[…]

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Forests

Analysis of China’s trade with the EU and VPA countries 2007-2017

By EU FLEGT Facility and Forest Trends

This paper assesses China’s forest product imports from FLEGT VPA countries and exports to the EU between 2007-2017, set within the context of China’s overall trade and market dynamics driving supply and demand for forest products. The report shows how China’s closure of its own forests from harvesting has triggered a rise in imported forest products,[…]

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Communities

Indigenous Economy, Territorial Economic Governance and Socio-biodiversity Value Chains

The indigenous economy has two spheres: the reciprocity economy and the market economy. The reciprocity economy is linked to traditional practices, the barter economy and collective production. These practices are independent from monetary or financial relationships. There is some friction or tension when such reciprocity economy gets in touch with the market economy. Forest Trends’[…]

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Communities

Cultural Mediators

Indigenous communities have experienced rapid cultural change. In order to support their cultural identities, we have developed the Cultural Mediators program. The program trains teachers and develops educational materials for young indigenous students about territorial governance, natural resource management, climate change, and cultural traditions. Are you looking for our brief on “Indigenous Economy, Territorial Economic Governance and Socio-biodiversity[…]

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Indigenous Contribution to the NDCs and Climate Ambitions: Equitable and Cultural Compensation

Forest Trends, in collaboration with the national Amazonian indigenous organizations of Colombia (OPIAC), Ecuador (CONFENIAE) and Peru (AIDESEP), are carrying out studies and providing technical assistance aimed at preparing equitable and culturally relevant climate compensation proposals for indigenous people. These proposals are based on the multidimensional climate contributions of the indigenous territories and their will[…]

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La Economía de la Mitigación del Cambio Climático en Territorios Indígenas

The Economics of Climate Change in Indigenous Territories

Indigenous populations of Amazonia own 210 million hectares (or some 519 million acres) of land and have proven to be highly skilled in the field of forest conservation: the deforestation rate is 0.2%, i.e., even less than that of protected areas (1.4%) and obviously significantly lower than all the Amazon. There is no doubt therefore[…]