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    Promouvoir l'intégration et l'adoption de pratiques de gestion durable des terres fondées sur des données probantes - GCP/GLO/337/GFF 2021
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    Land degradation affects a considerable amount of agricultural area around the world, with nearly 2 billion ha estimated to be seriously degraded, in some cases, irreversibly so. Critically, land degradation reduces productivity and food security, disrupts vital ecosystem functions, negatively affects biodiversity and water resources, and increases carbon emissions and vulnerability to climate change. Despite this, there is limited documentation and evidence of the range of benefits generated by sustainable land management (SLM) practices across farming systems, which are ultimately necessary for convincing decision makers to invest in these measures. Using a collaborative approach involving FAO, the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT) and selected partners in the 15 participating countries (Argentina, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Lesotho, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, and Uzbekistan), this GEF funded project focused on better understanding land degradation status, drivers and threats, and creating decision support tools for combatting desertification, land degradation and drought (DLDD) and promoting SLM.
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    Promoting Evidence-Based Mainstreaming and Adoption of Sustainable Land Management Practices - GCP/GLO/337/GFF 2021
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    Land degradation affects a considerable amount of agricultural area around the world, with nearly 2 billion ha estimated to be seriously degraded, in some cases, irreversibly so. Critically, land degradation reduces productivity and food security, disrupts vital ecosystem functions, negatively affects biodiversity and water resources, and increases carbon emissions and vulnerability to climate change. Despite this, there is limited documentation and evidence of the range of benefits generated by sustainable land management (SLM) practices across farming systems, which are ultimately necessary for convincing decision makers to invest in these measures. Using a collaborative approach involving FAO, the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT) and selected partners in the 15 participating countries (Argentina, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Lesotho, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, and Uzbekistan), this GEF funded project focused on better understanding land degradation status, drivers and threats, and creating decision support tools for combatting desertification, land degradation and drought (DLDD) and promoting SLM.
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    Soporte a la toma de decisiones para la integración y la ampliación del manejo sostenible de tierras (DS-SLM) 2019
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    La FAO trabaja en colaboración con la Reseña Mundial de Enfoques y Tecnologías de Conservación (WOCAT) para abordar la degradación de la tierra a escala mundial, regional y nacional, y de los diferentes niveles de toma de decisiones. En este contexto, el proyecto de la FAO financiado por el GEF-FMAM "Soporte a la toma de decisiones para la integración y la ampliación del manejo sostenible de tierras (DS-SLM)" se viene implementando en 15 países de todo el mundo para facilitar la integración y la ampliación del MST. Se ha desarrollado un Marco de apoyo a la toma de decisiones que apoya a los países a ampliar el MST. El mismo vincula las herramientas de evaluación de la degradación de la tierra y el MST en los diferentes niveles forman parte de la estrategia y plan de acción para la integración, la ampliación y la difusión de la MST.
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    Promouvoir l'intégration et l'adoption de pratiques de gestion durable des terres fondées sur des données probantes - GCP/GLO/337/GFF 2021
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    Land degradation affects a considerable amount of agricultural area around the world, with nearly 2 billion ha estimated to be seriously degraded, in some cases, irreversibly so. Critically, land degradation reduces productivity and food security, disrupts vital ecosystem functions, negatively affects biodiversity and water resources, and increases carbon emissions and vulnerability to climate change. Despite this, there is limited documentation and evidence of the range of benefits generated by sustainable land management (SLM) practices across farming systems, which are ultimately necessary for convincing decision makers to invest in these measures. Using a collaborative approach involving FAO, the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT) and selected partners in the 15 participating countries (Argentina, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Lesotho, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, and Uzbekistan), this GEF funded project focused on better understanding land degradation status, drivers and threats, and creating decision support tools for combatting desertification, land degradation and drought (DLDD) and promoting SLM.
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    Promoting Evidence-Based Mainstreaming and Adoption of Sustainable Land Management Practices - GCP/GLO/337/GFF 2021
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    Land degradation affects a considerable amount of agricultural area around the world, with nearly 2 billion ha estimated to be seriously degraded, in some cases, irreversibly so. Critically, land degradation reduces productivity and food security, disrupts vital ecosystem functions, negatively affects biodiversity and water resources, and increases carbon emissions and vulnerability to climate change. Despite this, there is limited documentation and evidence of the range of benefits generated by sustainable land management (SLM) practices across farming systems, which are ultimately necessary for convincing decision makers to invest in these measures. Using a collaborative approach involving FAO, the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT) and selected partners in the 15 participating countries (Argentina, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Lesotho, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, and Uzbekistan), this GEF funded project focused on better understanding land degradation status, drivers and threats, and creating decision support tools for combatting desertification, land degradation and drought (DLDD) and promoting SLM.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Soporte a la toma de decisiones para la integración y la ampliación del manejo sostenible de tierras (DS-SLM) 2019
    Also available in:

    La FAO trabaja en colaboración con la Reseña Mundial de Enfoques y Tecnologías de Conservación (WOCAT) para abordar la degradación de la tierra a escala mundial, regional y nacional, y de los diferentes niveles de toma de decisiones. En este contexto, el proyecto de la FAO financiado por el GEF-FMAM "Soporte a la toma de decisiones para la integración y la ampliación del manejo sostenible de tierras (DS-SLM)" se viene implementando en 15 países de todo el mundo para facilitar la integración y la ampliación del MST. Se ha desarrollado un Marco de apoyo a la toma de decisiones que apoya a los países a ampliar el MST. El mismo vincula las herramientas de evaluación de la degradación de la tierra y el MST en los diferentes niveles forman parte de la estrategia y plan de acción para la integración, la ampliación y la difusión de la MST.
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    Promouvoir l'intégration et l'adoption de pratiques de gestion durable des terres fondées sur des données probantes - GCP/GLO/337/GFF 2021
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    Land degradation affects a considerable amount of agricultural area around the world, with nearly 2 billion ha estimated to be seriously degraded, in some cases, irreversibly so. Critically, land degradation reduces productivity and food security, disrupts vital ecosystem functions, negatively affects biodiversity and water resources, and increases carbon emissions and vulnerability to climate change. Despite this, there is limited documentation and evidence of the range of benefits generated by sustainable land management (SLM) practices across farming systems, which are ultimately necessary for convincing decision makers to invest in these measures. Using a collaborative approach involving FAO, the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT) and selected partners in the 15 participating countries (Argentina, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Lesotho, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, and Uzbekistan), this GEF funded project focused on better understanding land degradation status, drivers and threats, and creating decision support tools for combatting desertification, land degradation and drought (DLDD) and promoting SLM.
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    Promoting Evidence-Based Mainstreaming and Adoption of Sustainable Land Management Practices - GCP/GLO/337/GFF 2021
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    Land degradation affects a considerable amount of agricultural area around the world, with nearly 2 billion ha estimated to be seriously degraded, in some cases, irreversibly so. Critically, land degradation reduces productivity and food security, disrupts vital ecosystem functions, negatively affects biodiversity and water resources, and increases carbon emissions and vulnerability to climate change. Despite this, there is limited documentation and evidence of the range of benefits generated by sustainable land management (SLM) practices across farming systems, which are ultimately necessary for convincing decision makers to invest in these measures. Using a collaborative approach involving FAO, the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT) and selected partners in the 15 participating countries (Argentina, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Lesotho, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, and Uzbekistan), this GEF funded project focused on better understanding land degradation status, drivers and threats, and creating decision support tools for combatting desertification, land degradation and drought (DLDD) and promoting SLM.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Soporte a la toma de decisiones para la integración y la ampliación del manejo sostenible de tierras (DS-SLM) 2019
    Also available in:

    La FAO trabaja en colaboración con la Reseña Mundial de Enfoques y Tecnologías de Conservación (WOCAT) para abordar la degradación de la tierra a escala mundial, regional y nacional, y de los diferentes niveles de toma de decisiones. En este contexto, el proyecto de la FAO financiado por el GEF-FMAM "Soporte a la toma de decisiones para la integración y la ampliación del manejo sostenible de tierras (DS-SLM)" se viene implementando en 15 países de todo el mundo para facilitar la integración y la ampliación del MST. Se ha desarrollado un Marco de apoyo a la toma de decisiones que apoya a los países a ampliar el MST. El mismo vincula las herramientas de evaluación de la degradación de la tierra y el MST en los diferentes niveles forman parte de la estrategia y plan de acción para la integración, la ampliación y la difusión de la MST.

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