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Los líderes globales deben aceptar que es crucial en la lucha contra las emisiones que el patrimonio ambiental se maneje por los indígenas
En mi natal Colombia, los nublados bosques de la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta han sido descritos como el almacén de la concentración más importante de fauna del planeta en peligro de extinción. Estos bosques son también la tierra ancestral de los Koguis, una comunidad indígena que comprende hoy alrededor de 10,000 personas.
This working paper looks at the new Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement (LARR) Bill, 2011 and explores key issues within the text of the Bill and the larger political context of land acquisition in India.
This is a working paper by Kanchi Kohli and Debayan Gupta, Centre for Policy Research,Namati Environmental Justice Program, which throws light on Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (RFCTLARR) Act, 2013. It is indiacted that there has been at the centre of intense debate.
After natural disasters, governments often relocate vulnerable urban communities in the name of humanitarian relief. But urban communities rarely welcome such relocation, since it frequently exacerbates their daily challenges or creates new risks. Indeed, resettlement after a disaster is often another form of eviction. This briefing discusses the situation in Chennai, where state and local authorities have been building resettlement tenements on inland marsh areas using centrally sponsored schemes for affordable housing.
This report was prepared by Centre for Land Governance, NRMC, the Secretariat of India Land & Development Conference 2017. This report provides an overview of the proceedings of India Land & Development Conference, organized at India International Centre, New Delhi, India on April 5-6th 2017.
This report consists sharing of experiences, knowledge and practices over eight thematic sessions, two panel discussions and a special session.
Eight Sessions in the Conference are as follows:
Since 1995, June 17th has been observed as the "World Day to Combat Desertification - 2017" The main objective of commemorating WDCD has been to promote public awareness about international efforts to combat desertification and the effects of drought collectively.
This report provides commemoration of WDCD 2017 across india on awraness, workshops, nature camps, schemes and events launched.
This report highlights the activities pertaining to issues related to desertification, land degradation and drought,
Land is an important source of identity and a precious asset with significant emotional connection in India. It is also the main source of rural and feudal power structure for most of India’s history. Land is a symbol of social status, cultural identity and an expression of political power. The value of land is deeply ingrained in the consciousness and well-being of the poor farmers and indigenous communities who make up a substantial portion of India’s total population.