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Article de revue spécialisée
Drying of Springs in the Himalayan Region of Nepal: Perspectives of Local Government Leaders on Causes, Consequences, and Conservation Efforts

Spring water plays a crucial role in sustaining life in the Himalayas. Yet these vital water sources are drying as a result of natural and anthropogenic factors. In July and August 2020, we conducted phone interviews with leaders from 300 local government units across Nepal to identify the status of...
Nepal
2023 - Nepal Water Conservation Foundation

Article de revue spécialisée
Revival of Future Smart Foods for Sustainable Food Systems in Nepal: A case of Millets

Millets are one of the Future Smart Foods (FSFs), indigenous to Nepal. Millets are rich in micronutrients, more resilient to water and heat stresses and can be cultivated in marginal lands and at different altitudes ranging from plain terai to high hills. They can contribute to the overall sustainability of...
Nepal
2023 - ICIMOD

Article de blog
La agricultura regenerativa en la producción de café

No se puede discutir que la demanda de “café sostenible” está en su punto más alto. Ahora, más que nunca, tanto las marcas como los consumidores se dan cuenta de la importancia de cultivar, comprar y beber café que sea social y ambientalmente sostenible. Hay una serie de razones complejas que impulsan este...
2022 - Regeneration International (RI)

Note/document d'orientation
Traditional mountain landscapes: crucial for meeting biodiversity and climate targets

Traditional mountain landscapes governed by Indigenous Peoples and local communities (IPLCs) conserve unique wildlife and agrobiodiversity, and strongly support climate change adaptation and mitigation by protecting ecosystem services, including grasslands that store almost 50% more carbon than forests. But mountain biodiversity and the Indigenous and traditional peoples that sustain it are...
Bhutan - China - India - Kenya - Kyrgyzstan - Peru - Tajikistan
2022 - International Institute for Environment and Development IIED

Bulletin d'information
IIED - Forests newsletter August 2022 Edition

Welcome to the latest edition of IIED’s forests newsletter.We are excited to announce the Forest and Farm Facility (FFF) International Conference, share a story from the FFF's work in Nepal and an Integrated Community Forest Management Monitoring and Evaluation Tool developed by IIED in partnership with the Rainforest Alliance.
2022 - International Institute for Environment and Development IIED

Document technique
Registro de actividades y otros datos relevantes Sistemas participativos de ganatia para la produccion organica – cuaderno de trabajo

Este cuaderno práctico, dirigido tanto a productores orgánicos/ecológicos (agricultores, procesadores) como aquellos que han entrado en transición orgánica/ecológica, vinculados acadenas devalor y que trabajan en agroecosistemas de montaña, tiene el objetivo de brindar una herramienta de apoyo para el registro de información importante para la verificación de la calidad orgánica...
2022 - Elaborado por IFOAM - Organics International y la la Secretaría de la Alianza para las Montañas de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO).

Article de revue spécialisée
Collaborative Modeling and Simulation to Mitigate High-Elevation Rangeland Degradation in Eastern Bhutan

The contribution of overgrazing to high-elevation rangeland degradation is a problem across the Himalayan region, and it leads to tensions among users. In the alpine areas of eastern Bhutan, 2 communities of settled and seminomadic herders have been engaged in enduring open conflict over access to a large natural pasture....
Bhutan
2022 - Ministry of Agriculture and Forests of Bhutan

Document technique
Low-carbon dairy farm: reducing the climate impact of milk production in the mountains

The Low Carbon Dairy Farm consists of conducting an environmental and technico-economic diagnosis on each farm and identifying potential actions to improve its carbon footprint. The objective is to build a progression strategy in collaboration with the farmer, so that the action plan fits the realities of the farm and...
2021 - Euromontana: the European Association for Mountain Areas

Manuel
Recarbonizing global soils: A technical manual of recommended sustainable soil management

Hot spots and bright spots of soil organic carbon
During the last decades, soil organic carbon (SOC) attracted the attention of a much wider array of specialists beyond agriculture and soil science, as it was proven to be one of the most crucial components of the earth’s climate system, which has a great potential to be managed by humans....
2021 - Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

Manuel
Recarbonizing global soils: A technical manual of recommended sustainable soil management

Cropland, grassland, integrated systems and farming approaches - Case studies
During the last decades, soil organic carbon (SOC) attracted the attention of a much wider array of specialists beyond agriculture and soil science, as it was proven to be one of the most crucial components of the earth’s climate system, which has a great potential to be managed by humans....
2021 - Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

Ouvrage
Mountain farming systems - seeds for the future: Sustainable agricultural practices for resilient mountain livelihoods

This publication presents a collection of case studies by Mountain Partnership (MP) members from around the world, highlighting experiences of agroecological mountain farming systems. It aims to increase attention toward agroecological principles and approaches and showcase their potential. The MP, the only United Nations global voluntary alliance dedicated to sustainable...
Armenia - Bolivia (Plurinational State of) - China - India - Italy - Kyrgyzstan - Morocco - Nepal - Panama - Peru - Philippines - Portugal - Romania - Sierra Leone - Switzerland - Thailand - United Republic of Tanzania - Viet Nam
2021 - FAO

Article de blog
Promoting local cattle breed enhances sustainability in mountainous areas of Serbia

Known for their smaller size and brown colour, Busha cattle have withstood the harsh climate and living conditions in mountainous parts of the Balkan Peninsula for centuries. In Serbia, the Busha breed is not only an important element of animal genetic diversity, but also a source of food and income...
Serbia
2021 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
EP Think Tank underlines Euromontana’s contribution to the Smart Villages concept

Euromontana has worked on the Smart Villages concept since 2017 as member of the European Network for Rural Development’s Thematic Group on the topic. Through the Horizon 2020 project SIMRA (Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas), Euromontana also contributed to broaden the definition of the concept, by advocating that the Smart Villages approach...
2021 - EuroMontana

Étude de cas
Bringing cultures together on the farms and mountains of Viet Nam

Cooperatives are boosting farming, incomes and community spirit
Ma Thi Ninh thought farming would be relatively easy. The Yen Duong area of Viet Nam where she lives has excellent, arable land and offers many sought-after products, including organic sticky rice, seasonal vegetables and bamboo used for traditional handicraft products. But once she started to farm and trade in...
Viet Nam
2021 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
Tras un año de usurpación en su campo, un pequeño productor cordobés logra que la Justicia se lo restituya con el acompañamiento gremial de FAA

Un caso acerca de la titulación precaria de tierras
El 14 de abril de 2020, el federado Daniel Ahumada fue víctima de la usurpación de su campo, ubicado en Cruz del Eje, provincia de Córdoba. El usurpador, valiéndose de un arma de fuego, amenazó a Daniel, su madre y su hijo, para quedarse con la propiedad, argumentando haberla comprado....
Argentina
2021 - Federación Agraria Argentina (FAA)

Rapport
Mountain farming systems – seeds for the future

Sustainable agricultural practices for resilient mountain livelihoods
This publication presents a collection of case studies by Mountain Partnership (MP) members from around the world, highlighting experiences of agroecological mountain farming systems. It aims to increase attention toward agroecological principles and approaches and showcase their potential. The MP, the only United Nations global voluntary alliance dedicated to sustainable...
2021 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Événement
Being young in a mountain area in 2021

On 12th October 2021, Euromontana organised its annual conference on “Being young in a mountain area in 2021”. The event was the opportunity to highlight the needs and desires of young people for the future of the mountains. The conference gave the floor to different mountain organisations that have recently...
2021 - EUROMONTANA

Rapport
Securing a Future for the World’s Threatened Trees - A Global Challenge

The State of the World’s Trees, published in September 2021, shares the results of the Global Tree Assessment (GTA) - the first conservation assessment of all of the world’s trees. The results tell us that 30% of all tree species - more than 17,500 species - are threatened with extinction....
2021 - Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI)

Étude de cas
Bringing cultures together on the farms and mountains of Viet Nam

Cooperatives are boosting farming, incomes and community spirit
Ma Thi Ninh thought farming would be relatively easy. The Yen Duong area of Viet Nam where she lives has excellent, arable land and offers many sought-after products, including organic sticky rice, seasonal vegetables and bamboo used for traditional handicraft products. But once she started to farm and trade in...
2021 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Article de blog
The European Rural Observatory must support the analysis of post-COVID-19 ruralisation trends argues Euromontana

How to encourage generation renewal, young people to stay, newcomers to settle? Which barriers do they face and how policies can help to overcome them? These were the questions raised during the conference of the Horizon 2020 project Ruralization on 8th and 9th November 2021, where Blandine Camus, Communication and Policy Officer,...
2021 - EUROMONTANA
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