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When cultivated material became more widely available a few years later, pressure on wild populations was reduced and governments loosened regulations. 2   Read  more Government action is also triggered when politically-powerful groups or governments perceive an opportunity to capture financial benefits.
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Score: 103434.72 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/nwfp/85685/en/
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Meanwhile, good agriculture and forestry practices can contribute to sound watershed management, safeguarding water catchment and reducing runoff and flooding in cities - ever more important as climate change increases the frequency of extreme weather events. (...) It would make so much more sense if more of the water used in the cities was then cleaned and reused in agriculture," according to Javier Mateo-Sagasta, a specialist with FAO's Water Unit. Doing so would reduce water scarcity and free up more of the precious resource for urban and peri-urban food producers, who would not only spend less on acquiring water but also on buying fertilizers, since treated wastewater is rich in nutrients.
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Score: 312734.57 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/it/item/53479/icode/
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Supporting diversified production to reduce economic risk (e.g. NWFPs, agro-forestry, ecotourism). 3. (...) Co-funded on GEF resources and government contributions, the project objective to reverse and reduce land degradation and biodiversity loss and their subsequent negative impacts on ecosystem health, goods and services through increased capacity to plan and implement participatory integrated Sustainable Land and Forest Management (SLFM) initiatives based on practical solutions addressing immediate and long term socio-economic needs while ensuring sustainable management of natural resources and sustained ecosystem services on watershed scale. (...) Wild foraging is still an important source of income in remote rural areas in Uzbekistan, but high competition from industrial production may reduce the possibility to stay in the international market.
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Score: 185319.8 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/nwfp/88024/en/
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It also provides full access to databases and all information resources available at FAO as well as a directory of institutions related to forestry. [  more...  ] Growing trees on farms to reduce hunger and poverty 30 June 2004 -- Trees grown on farms could help to alleviate poverty by providing income and food for poor farmers, FAO said today. [  more...  ] Afforestation in the Near East 24 May 2004 -- Countries in the Near East are showing increasing interest in planting trees, FAO said today. [  more...  ] Sustainable forest management is gaining ground in Asia-Pacific 19 April 2004 -- Most countries in the Asia-Pacific region have developed policies for sustainable forestry, but since many lack the capacity to implement them effectively, overall progress remains slow. [  more...  ] FAO stresses the importance of forests in alleviating poverty and protecting the environment 16 February 2004 -- Commenting on the forthcoming meeting of the 14th session of FAO's African Forestry and Wildlife Commission (Accra, Ghana, 18-21 February 2004), Mr.
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Score: 246794.9 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/news/48682/en/
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ICTs may rationalize personnel-efforts and reduce energy and material-wasting, to enable health-care The Hospital is an ancient, complex, though representative coverage, of unprivileged social-groups. (...) ICTs may and tools, reducing unnecessary cost, as Mobile IP- rationalize the personnel-efforts [3] and reduce energy and network, Service-oriented architecture, provided to other material-wasting [4], to enable health-care coverage, of components, through a communication protocol, over α unprivileged social-groups. (...) This enables the implemented, in order to reduce personnel efforts and public sector to modernize public services, as Hospitals, superfluous costs.
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Score: 420219.53 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page113.html
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The project seeks to transform the management of production systems within Namibia’s Miombo-Mopane Woodlands using an integrated landscape approach that is focused on avoiding, reducing and reversing land degradation in alignment with Namibia’s commitment to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification to achieve Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) by 2030-2040. (...) The achievement of LDN will also deliver national and global benefits in reduced carbon emissions and increased carbon storage (1 301 476 tonnes of CO2e over 20-year period) to contribute to the delivery of Namibia’s commitments to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. (...) Component 2 : focuses on the practical application of such frameworks, notably implementing the ILUPs in their respective landscapes, using sustainable land and forest management practices to avoid, reduce and reverse land degradation across a mosaic of land-use systems.
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Score: 398002.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...es/country-profiles/namibia/en
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NDCs embody efforts by each country to reduce national emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change.  Joint mitigation and adaptation approaches include policies that contribute to the long-term sustainability of climate change actions, such as reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, and conserving and enhancing forest carbon stocks. (...) ©FAO/Kenichi Shono Related SFM Toolbox modules:   Climate change adaptation and mitigation   REDD+   Reducing deforestation Reducing forest degradation   last updated:  Wednesday, November 4, 2020 Contact us  |  Privacy policy  |  Scam alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 380639.01 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/sfm/85291/en/
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. • Provide institutional mecha- • Limited user access to raw IoT nisms for ongoing review of laws data reduces ability to switch and regulations for impact on providers (and to understand IoT competitiveness. privacy implications). 84 Trends in Telecommunication Reform 2016     97     98     99     100     101     102     103     104     105     106     107          
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Score: 297240.77 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page102.html
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  © UNHCR/Scott Nelson Concerned with the ongoing human tragedy in which almost 1,000 refugees and migrants have perished while being smuggled across the Mediterranean this year, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and IOM, the UN Migration Agency, are today appealing to European Union countries for concerted, region-wide action to greatly reduce needless loss of life at sea. UNHCR and IOM believe a new collaborative approach is needed to make disembarkation of people rescued at sea more predictable and manageable.
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Score: 221710.03 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...s-mediterranean-tragedies.html
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With the objective of building capacity in postharvest handling of tomato and grape to reduce food loss and waste, the training program ran from July to September 2017 for 350 tomato farmers in Bangar El-Sokar Area and 350 grapes farmers in Thebes Area. (...) Major quality losses were also observed, which reduces the economic and nutritional value of the food products,” said Jennifer Smolak, FAO Egypt Nutrition and Food Systems Officer. “Capacity development is one of the most critical solutions to reducing food loss, and we are pleased to work with Alexandria University on this activity to provide information, hands-on training and raise awareness of food loss among smallholder tomato and grape farmers in Nubaria.
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Score: 428528.37 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/news/view/en/c/1040820/
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