Achievements, challenges and ways forward for the Satoyama Development Mechanism: A self-assessment by the SDM Secretariat

Takahashi, Yasuo, Schauffele, Nicolas, Mengrani, Sabrina, Mader, Andre, Scheyvens, Henry, Dasgupta, Rajarshi and Lopez-Casero, Federico (2019). Achievements, challenges and ways forward for the Satoyama Development Mechanism: A self-assessment by the SDM Secretariat. IGES Technical Report. Institute for Global Environmental Strategies.

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    Author Takahashi, Yasuo
    Schauffele, Nicolas
    Mengrani, Sabrina
    Mader, Andre
    Scheyvens, Henry
    Dasgupta, Rajarshi
    Lopez-Casero, Federico
    Title Achievements, challenges and ways forward for the Satoyama Development Mechanism: A self-assessment by the SDM Secretariat
    Series Title IGES Technical Report
    Publication Date 2019-07
    Place of Publication Hayama
    Publisher Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
    Pages 58
    Language eng
    Abstract The International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative (IPSI) is a global network to promote collective efforts for sustainability in socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes (SEPLS), and thereby to contribute to the realisation of “living in harmony with nature”. The Satoyama Development Mechanism (SDM) is a seed funding programme that supports selected projects proposed by IPSI members. This report centred on the way and the extent to which the SDM projects contributed to the IPSI Strategic Objectives, and to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets (ABTs) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We further explored the possibility that the SDM projects were likely to induce transformative change, with particular focus on the policy uptake of the project outputs, the mobilisation of additional investments, partnership building and outreach. In addition, the report provides the results of a self-assessment of the performance of the SDM Secretariat.
    Copyright Holder Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
    Copyright Year 2019
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9784887882270
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