UNCCD call for contributions

The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) invites organizations and individuals to share their case studies.
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest

UNCCD call for contributions

The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) invites organizations and individuals to share their case studies to combat desertification, land degradation, and drought with an integrated urban-rural approach. The case studies can be plans, projects, and programs – land management practices, policies and regulations – resource mobilization, awareness-raising, capacity building, and other efforts to manage land resources (incl. water and biodiversity) from an integrated urban-rural perspective. 

Shared experiences and case studies will inform the development of the “Guide on the Integration of Urban-Rural Linkages into Land Degradation Neutrality and Land Restoration Initiatives.” Selected case studies will be published in the guide. Full credit will be attributed to the authors and organizations submitting the case studies. If you have an existing or ongoing case that you would like to submit, please contact us at globalpolicyadvocacy@unccd.int, indicating in the subject line “Case Study URL and Land.”

Deadline for submission is January 30, 2023.

To learn more about UNCCD work, please visit: https://www.unccd.int/our-work/overview

NEARSHORE MARINE ASSESSMENT

AITUTAKI & MANUAE

READ MORE

Explore Other News

Replenishment of the Montreal Protocol multilateral fund will benefit the Cook Islands

National Environment Service staff, Siana Whatarau, attended the 35th Meeting of the Parties for the Montreal…

Marae Moana Technical Advisory Group meets after warrants issued

The TAG members provide a wide range of knowledge and technical skills from multiple sectors…

About Nes

The National Environment Service is established to protect, conserve and ensure the Cook Islands environment is managed sustainably. The agency is headed by a Director with delegated powers to carry out the functions of the Environment Act 2003.

Follow us on Social Media

Careers Update

Follow & Connect with Us

Explore Cook Islands

Stay Connected & Get the Latest News from the National Environment Service