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Science Magazine, Policy Forum: "Accelerating the movement for mountain peoples and policies"

Science Magazine, Policy Forum: "Accelerating the movement for mountain peoples and policies"

16.09.2019

Yuka Makino, Sara Manuelli and Lindsey Hook from the Mountain Partnership authored this article for Science, a peer-reviewed, academic journal produced by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The article covers the current movement for mountain peoples and policies, details how these policies have far-reaching impacts on those...

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Leaving No One in Mountains Behind

Leaving No One in Mountains Behind

05.11.2018

The MRI and the Center for Development and Environment (CDE) present initial steps towards localization of the 2030 Agenda to mountain areas. To support this localization process, expert assessments were were conducted in Nepal, Uganda, Kyrgyzstan, Ecuador, and Switzerland based on the following questions: What SDG targets have a high priority in...

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Migration and Sustainable Mountain Development: Turning Challenges into Opportunities

Migration and Sustainable Mountain Development: Turning Challenges into Opportunities

11.06.2019

This issue is part of the Sustainable Mountain Development Series published by Mountain Research and Development, the leading international scientific journal specifically devoted to sustainable development in the world’s mountains. This edition of the publication concerns rural populations' migrations: its challenges and complexities, and how to implement policies.

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United Nations General Assembly Report: Sustainable mountain development (2019)

United Nations General Assembly Report: Sustainable mountain development (2019)

24.09.2019

Report of the Secretary-General on Sustainable Mountain Development

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Quito Declaration Charter for World Mountain People (2003)

Quito Declaration Charter for World Mountain People (2003)

04.09.2003

The representatives of Mountain Territories from forty countries met on 20 September 2002 in Quito (Ecuador) taking into account the declarations issued at preparatory meetings of Achocalla (August 2002, Bolivia) and Yuksam (April 2002, India), adopted the main points of the following declaration during the 2nd World Meeting of Mountain...

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COP 14 Event Agenda

12.09.2019

Land degradation, climate change and increasing human-induced pressures such as population growth and unsustainable agricultural management practices are affecting the health of mountain ecosystems, their agricultural productivity and natural resources, with disastrous effects on local peoples’ livelihoods. In many mountain areas of developing countries, rates of vulnerability to food insecurity are...

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