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August 3, 2020

What We’re Reading: Implementing the Landscape Assessment of Financial Flows (LAFF) in Gunung Tarak Landscape, Indonesia

Amanda Rubio EcoAgriculture Partners

Report on implementation of the Landscape Assessment of Financial Flows (LAFF) in Gunung Tarak Landscape, Indonesia Dicko Rossanda, Gabija Pamerneckyte, Irene Koesoetjahjo and Bas Louman, Tropenbos International In 2018, Tropenbos International and EcoAgriculture Partners developed the Landscape Assessment of Financial Flows (LAFF) methodology with the aim of supporting collabo ...
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July 27, 2020

What We´re Reading: Reset Sustainable Development Goals for a pandemic world

Manon Koningstein EcoAgriculture Partners

Reset Sustainable Development Goals for a pandemic world: COVID-19 is exposing the fragility of the goals adopted by the United Nations   The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) depend on two big assumptions: sustained economic growth and globalization. However, the ongoing COVID-19 is demonstrating that our ability to meet the current SDGs is not resilient to […] ...
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April 30, 2020

What We’re Reading: Characterizing and Evaluating Integrated Landscape Initiatives

Amanda Rubio EcoAgriculture Partners Manon Koningstein

Characterizing and Evaluating Integrated Landscape Initiatives Carmenta et al. (2020) recently published the article ‘Characterizing and Evaluating Integrated Landscape Initiatives’ (ILIs) which analyzes the 104 tropical landscapes in Latin America that were identified in a paper that came out of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature (LPFN) initiative for which EcoAgri ...
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February 7, 2020

What We’re Reading: Innovative Ways to Tackle SDGs

Amanda Rubio

Multistakeholder Partnerships and ‘The SDG Effect’ are Coming our Way Reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has never had as much urgency or relevance as in our current context. This week we are reading about innovative ways to reach the SDGs with the urgency and attention that it needs. On the one hand is Herman […] ...
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July 12, 2019

What We’re Reading: Foundations Making Big Announcements For The Planet

The Editors EcoAgriculture Partners

Climate change is a big problem, and big problems require big solutions.  With the climate crisis worsening and the loss of biodiversity threatening the stability of life on Earth, there is an indisputable need for coordinated efforts that broadly engage and mobilize the public to improve environmental outcomes. This week, we read about newly announced […] ...
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July 8, 2019

What We’re Reading: Securing a Sustainable Future With Regenerative Agriculture

The Editors EcoAgriculture Partners

Leveraging the mitigation potential of agriculture is integral to the fight against climate change, and necessary to secure a safe, sustainable future without carbon pollution. Tackling the climate crisis requires concerted strategies implemented at the local, regional, national, and global scale. By pulling carbon from the atmosphere and sequestering it in the ground, regenera ...
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June 14, 2019

What We’re Reading: Seeding a Sustainable Future

The Editors EcoAgriculture Partners

Global food security cannot happen without sustainable food production, and sustainable food production heavily depends on the seed security of the world’s farming community. As the repository of the genetic potential of crop species and their varieties, seeds are the foundation of agriculture. With climate change threatening food production, sustainable seed systems that ens ...
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June 7, 2019

What We’re Reading: World Food Safety Day

The Editors EcoAgriculture Partners

Investing in sustainable food systems is vital to ensuring the safety of our food. Today is the first-ever UN World Food Safety Day, a day that aims to strengthen efforts to ensure that the food we eat is safe. Food is a sustainer of life, and with an estimated 600 million cases of foodborne diseases […] ...
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May 6, 2019

What We’re Reading: Indigenous Knowledge, Local Resilience and Sustainable Sharing

The Editors EcoAgriculture Partners

As climate change intensifies, the value of indigenous knowledge cannot be overstated. For indigenous communities, resilience is rooted in traditional knowledge, as their capacity to adapt to a changing environment is based on an in-depth understanding of the land they inhabit. In the face of increasing climate instability, the practices that have sustained indigenous landscape ...
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April 26, 2019

What We’re Reading: Moving climate change beyond politics

The Editors EcoAgriculture Partners

As the global temperature rises, our climate is becoming increasingly unpredictable. Considering the impact this has and will continue to have on livelihoods and life-supporting systems, we can’t wait for the politics to change to begin taking action. Extreme weather events. Changes in microclimates. Increased coastal flooding. A loss of biodiversity. All of these point [&hel ...
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