This Arborvitae Special summarizes a IUCN/PROFOR/World Bank study undertaken to review and clarify the relationship between Ecosystem Approaches (EsA) and Sustainable Forest Management (SFM).
Studies & Presentations
Natural disasters, like the “El Niño” phenomenon often hit hardest on the poor. Yet it is often difficult to separate the effects on living conditions produced by the inclement weather conditions from general inadequacies in infrastructure and lack of economic development.
India is vast, diverse and complex, in its environments and in environment-society relations. These relationships, and government policies which influence or control them, are the subject of very significant reforms occurring in India.
This presentation is on the role of the IDB in meeting the dual challenge of Poverty and Disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean. It was given during the 6th Meeting of the Natural Distasters Network of the Regional Policy Dialogue.
This paper provides a global view of the link from forests to poverty alleviation.