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Environmental Impact Assessment (Volume V) of Livestock Production in Grassland and Mixed Rainfed Systems in Temperate Zones and Grassland and Mixed-Rainfed Systems in Humid and Subhumid Tropic and Subtropic Zones (Except Africa) Year of Publication: 1996
Asia Regional Assessment for the FAO Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land and other Natural ResourcesYear of Publication: 2009
Good Governance and Natural Resources Tenure in South East Asia RegionYear of Publication: 2009
Bringing back the forests. Policies and practices for degraded lands and forests Year of Publication: 2003
Communal Tenure and the Governance of Common Property Resources in AsiaYear of Publication: 2011
Selected indicators of food and agriculture development in Asia-Pacific region 1993-2003Year of Publication: 2004
Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food SecurityYear of Publication: 2012
A geographical information system for aquaculture development in Johor StateYear of Publication: 1988
Asia and the Pacific national forestry programmes: update 34Year of Publication: 2000
Carrying Capacity Assessment of Pulau Payar Marine Park, Malaysia - Bay of Bengal ProgrammeYear of Publication: 1998
Commentary on Forest Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region (A Review for Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Thailand and Western Samoa)Year of Publication: 1997
Crop Diversification in the Asia-Pacific RegionYear of Publication: 2001
Fishermen Relocation Programme in Peninsular Malaysia. Final draft (report)Year of Publication: 1985
Foodcrops and Shortages - No. 2 May 2004Year of Publication: 2004
Foodcrops and Shortages - No. 3 October 2005Year of Publication: 2005
Forests beneath the grassYear of Publication: 2010
Report of the twenty-first session of the Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission (APFC)Year of Publication: 2006
Selected indicators of food and agriculture development in Asia-Pacific region, 1991-2001Year of Publication: 2002
Training for agriculture and rural developmentYear of Publication: 2000
التفريغ الاصطناعي الصدفيات - دليل عمليYear of Publication: 2007
“This film takes a light-hearted look at a very serious issue. The UK’s biggest bank has so far made around £100 million by providing loans and services to some of the most destructive logging...
“It was their native customary land until palm oil companies came and claimed it their own. With the help of corrupt politicians, almost 9,000 hectares of forest and agricultural lands were...
[21/04/2013] WHO IS DOING WHAT: Open Letter to Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud accepting offer of debate on land and forest use
“Dear Chief Minister Taib, in an interview with the Let’s Talk programme on The Malaysian Observer, you challenged Global Witness to a debate on the allegations of corruption, land...
“Agencies, such as the United Nations, World Bank and FAO have shown concern for the social impacts of ‘land grabs’ and advocate governance reforms to ensure fairer development outcomes....
“The fallout from a video by Global Witness exposing widespread corruption in Sarawak continues, as the Bruno Manser Fund, a European NGO, has called on the Companies Commission of Malaysia to...
“This publication documents the proceedings of a four day conference on ‘Human Rights and Agribusiness: Plural Legal Approaches to Conflict Resolution, Institutional Strengthening and Legal...
“Norway’s US$710bn sovereign investment fund has pulled its investment from 23 Southeast Asian palm oil companies, claiming that they source palm oil unsustainably.” Read full...
“HSBC is the world’s third largest publicly listed financial institution, with operations in 80 countries worldwide. With such a large global footprint, HSBC has sought to project an image of a...
I invite you to read this briefing paper prepared - by Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) - on challanges faced by indigenous women in Southeast Asia in accessing justice. The briefing includes...
[20/12/2012] Bioenergy, Sustainability and Trade-offs: Can we Avoid Deforestation while Promoting Biofuels?
“A recent CIFOR report summarises the findings from a three year research project looking for ways to address these new challenges, including putting in place stronger regulations on large-...