GEF-Satoyama Project (2015-2019) Impact Report

Natori, Yoji and Dublin, Devon (2019). GEF-Satoyama Project (2015-2019) Impact Report. Conservation International Japan.

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    Author Natori, Yoji
    Dublin, Devon
    Title GEF-Satoyama Project (2015-2019) Impact Report
    Publication Date 2019-08
    Place of Publication Tokyo
    Publisher Conservation International Japan
    Pages ii, 22
    Language eng
    Abstract The objective of the GEF-Satoyama Project was to mainstream conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and ecosystem services, while simultaneously improving human well-being, in production landscapes and seascapes. Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes (SEPLS) are production landscapes and seascapes that integrate the values of biodiversity and social aspects harmoniously with production activities, such that production activities support biodiversity and vice versa. SEPLS have been created throughout the world often as results of long interactions between people and nature, but they are under threat. This project sought to address the barriers that SEPLS face globally, such as insufficient recognition of their values, disappearing traditional knowledge, and weak governance, and to contribute to the achievement of multiple Aichi Biodiversity Targets and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To achieve this goal, the project comprised of three components: 1) “On-the-ground demonstration”, 2) “Knowledge generation”, and 3) “Capacity Building.”
    Keyword Satoyama initiative
    Socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes (SEPLS)
    Copyright Holder Conservation International
    Copyright Year 2019
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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