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Power relationships

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  • Women discuss forest management at a Community Forest User Group meeting in Nepal. Photo: WOCAN

    Gender and REDD+

    Women from poor, forest-dependent communities play a key role in the management of forests, and yet they are frequently marginalised from decision-making in communities. This is a problem as gender equity is essential for tackling more sustainable forest management, and to achieving the aims of REDD+, which aims to reduce emissions and conserve forests in specific countries

    12 September 2013 | Project | Forests
  • A woman using homemade compost in her garden in eastern Burkina Faso (Photo: ANSD)

    Trade-offs in sustainable intensification

    It is a huge challenge to achieve food security for all in a way that is sustainable environmentally, economically, socially and politically

    15 August 2013 | Project | Food and agriculture
  • Citizens reframing conservation policies and practice for food and livelihood security, environmental sustainability and justice

    Two complementary activities are being carried out to allow citizens’ to assess, re-imagine and influence conservation policies and practice

    15 July 2009 | Article | Biodiversity
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