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    本報告書は、世界農業遺産の経済効果について三菱UFJリサーチ&コンサルティング株式会社が実施した簡易的な調査をまとめたものです。 日本で世界農業遺産が認定されてから10年が経つ今、本調査では改めてその経済価値に焦点を当て、同価値を測るための測定対象を整理するとともに初期的な分析を行いました。また、持続可能な世界農業遺産の保全に向けて、収入を生み出す機会や認定地域の主要作物及びサービス等への経済効果を分析し、認定後の地域が直面している課題や将来の世界農業遺産の活動への提言をまとめました。
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    Framework for Environmental and Social Management 2022
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    Caribbean Strategy for Climate-Resilient Forests and Rural Livelihoods 2022
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    The Caribbean Strategy for Climate-Resilient Forests and Rural Livelihoods matches prioritised forestry initiatives for vertical and horizontal scaling with suitable funding streams. It also identifies possible regional and national partners for project development and execution. While the strategy is focused on forest resources management, it also emphasises poverty alleviation and food security in line with FAO’s Strategic Objectives. The strategy also has a gender and youth focus in addition to an emphasis on ecosystem services to support agricultural systems. Overall, the strategy can be thought of as a roadmap to mobilise investment for specific priority initiatives for vertical and horizontal scaling of climate resilience actions in the Caribbean forestry sector.

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