Land Resources

FAO Land Resources - Miscellaneous

August 2013
La facilitation pour la gouvernance territoriale Développement territorial participatif et négocié (DTPN) La facilitation pour la gouvernance territoriale
Document de travail de la Division des terres et des eaux - N 4

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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April 2013
Catalogue of Knowledge Management (KM) and Decision Support (DS) methods, tools and products on Sustainable Land and Water Management (SLM)

This catalogue was prepared in the context of the User Needs Survey on Sustainable Land and Water Management (SLM) launched in March 2013. It summarises the key KM and DS methods, tools and products on SLM, produced over the last 30 years by The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), its Land Degradation Assessment in Drylands Programme (LADA) and the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT).

General Objective of the Catalogue

This catalogue was prepared to help User Needs Survey on Sustainable Land and Water Management (SLM) Survey respondents to familiarize themselves with the existing KM and DS methods, tools and products produced over the last 30 years by The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), its Land Degradation Assessment in Drylands Programme (LADA) and the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT).

Structure of the Catalogue

This Catalogue is divided into 8 sections referring to different areas on Sustainable Land and Water Management:

Water (Water Quality, Water Harvesting, Irrigation Management, Crops and Water Management)Land (Soil Assessment, Soil Management, Land Use Planning, Rangelands and Grasslands)Trees and Forestry (Forestry Management and Conservation)Climate Change (Climate-Smart Agriculture (Mitigation+Adaptation+Productivity), Climate Change Mitigation in Agriculture (Including Soil Carbon Sequestration))Impact AssessmentPolicy ...

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April 2007
Communication, dialogue, conciliation
Participatory and Negotiated Territorial Development more than a tool, an integration and interaction strategy

This publication is available in Portuguese under the title “Comunicação, diálogo, conciliação”; it is the result of the International Conference on Agrarian Reform and Rural Development (ICARRD) . The Conference called on participants to develop grassroots, participatory strategies in land policy discussions. The Participatory and Negotiated Territorial Development approach facilitates the process of dialogue among all actors involved, including national governmental and non-governmental institutions working on agrarian reform and territorial development issues, in addition ot civil society organizations and interested stakeholders.

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