Ressources en terres

Land Resources, Management, Planning and Use

International Year of Soils 2015 Website now online

 

The 68th UN General Assembly declared 2015 the International Year of Soils (IYS). The IYS 2015 aims to increase awareness and understanding of the importance of soil for food security and essential ecosystem functions. The official website for the IYS 2015 is now online. Visitors can download the official logo in 6 languages.

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New position available in the Land and Water Division

Land Resources Officer (P4)

A new professional position is available in the Land and Water Division for an expert in participated and integrated (cross-sectoral) land use planning and territorial development tools and methods, ecosystem assessment/management and geo-statistical/ spatial analysis for sustainable agricultural and rural development.

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GLOBAL LAND COVER SHARE (GLC-SHARE)

Assesing and monitoring our earth’s land and water resources to support food security and early warning system with contributions from all

FAO’s new database includes eleven global land cover layers each representing the major land cover classes defined by the FAO and System of environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) legend. It brings global land cover data under one roof for the first time and represents the most-reliable global view of planetary land cover assembled to-date. This new product collects previously scattered and unharmonized land cover information from around the globe into one centralized database, marking a major improvement in information regarding the physical characteristics of the Earth’s surface. Up to now, one of the major challenges for countries and organizations was to identify, measure and record efficiently a good global overview of land cover.

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DÉVELOPPEMENT TERRITORIAL PARTICIPATIF ET NÉGOCIÉ (DTPN)

La Facilitation pour la gouvernance territoriale

La Conférence internationale sur la réforme agraire et le développement rural (CIRADR) mit en place une tribune pour des discussions sur les politiques foncières4. À cette occasion, la FAO a présenté une proposition pour une méthode novatrice, en mesure de combattre ces problèmes: la méthode du développement territorial participatif et négocié (DTPN).

L’objectif du présent document est de mieux définir certaines caractéristiques des ressources humaines qui s’avèrent indispensables si l’on veut «contribuer» au processus de convergence progressive et de collaboration entre les divers acteurs.

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GSP website now available

The Global Soil Partnership is pleased to announce the release of its new website

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Now available

Improving Gender Equality in Territorial Issues - Integrated Guidelines 

English - Español

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Division des terres et des eaux
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla
00153 Rome, Italy
Email:
NRL-Director-Secretary@fao.org

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