Brunei Darussalam

BRN
Journal Articles & Books
December 2014
Brunei Darussalam

Conventional soil survey information is often unclear except to specialists. An approach using soil toposequences and a soil identification key was used to aid the translation of soil survey information into a form suitable for a nonspecialist audience with a case study from Brunei. Soil Taxonomy was used to characterize the major soil types; however, to assist end users, a complementary special‐purpose soil classification system was developed in the form of a soil identification key using plain language terms in English that were also translated into Malay.

Peer-reviewed publication
October 2015
Indonesia
Brunei Darussalam
Malaysia

This study investigates how two existing pan-tropical above-ground biomass (AGB) maps (Saatchi 2011, Baccini 2012) can be combined to derive forest ecosystem specific carbon estimates. Several data-fusion models which combine these AGB maps according to their local correlations with independent datasets such as the spectral bands of SPOT VEGETATION imagery are analyzed. Indeed these spectral bands convey information about vegetation type and structure which can be related to biomass values. Our study area is the island of Borneo.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2014
Nigeria
Philippines
Singapore
Malaysia
Mali
Myanmar
Indonesia
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Malawi
Thailand
Suriname
South-Eastern Asia

ASEAN-FAO cooperation on food security, agriculture, fisheries, forestry and sustainable development was first formalized through an exchange of letters between the ASEAN Secretariat and FAO from 1999-2000. Since then, FAO has been actively collaborating with ASEAN in a number of regional projects and activities.

Reports & Research
December 2011
Bangladesh
United States of America
Afghanistan
China
Sri Lanka
Indonesia
Australia
Laos
United Kingdom
Guinea
Republic of Korea
Thailand
Nepal
Pakistan
Yemen
Philippines
Singapore
Vietnam
Kyrgyzstan
Myanmar
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Japan
India
Kazakhstan
Georgia
Malaysia
Papua New Guinea
Mongolia
Asia
Oceania

Document de travail sur les régimes fonciers 20. Ce document analyse les caractéristiques des systèmes de propriété communale dans divers pays d’Asie. Les pressions actuelles du marché sur les ressources naturelles créent à la fois des défis et des opportunités pour les communautés et pour les gouvernements en vue d’utiliser et de renforcer les systèmes de propriété commune pour promouvoir la gestion durable des ressources naturelles. Des politiques et des institutions ad hoc sont nécessaires pour promouvoir la redevabilité des acteurs et la bonne gouvernance de ces ressources.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2012
Angola
Algeria
Egypt
Bangladesh
Niger
Liechtenstein
Somalia
Namibia
Bulgaria
Bolivia
Ghana
Pakistan
Cape Verde
Jordan
Liberia
Libya
Vietnam
Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Tanzania
Portugal
Cambodia
Ethiopia
Paraguay
Saudi Arabia
Lebanon
Slovenia
Burkina Faso
Slovakia
Mauritania
Croatia
Chile
China
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Jamaica
Djibouti
Guinea
Finland
Uruguay
Thailand
Seychelles
Nepal
Laos
Yemen
Philippines
South Africa
Kiribati
Uganda
Syrian Arab Republic
Nicaragua
Kazakhstan
Niue
Dominica
Benin
Nigeria
Belgium
Togo
Zimbabwe
Sri Lanka
United Kingdom
Malawi
Costa Rica
Cameroon
Morocco
Lesotho
Tokelau
Turkmenistan
Trinidad and Tobago
Netherlands
Iraq
Chad
Georgia
Montenegro
Mongolia
Marshall Islands
Belize
Afghanistan
Burundi
Belarus
Grenada
Greece
Andorra
Rwanda
Tajikistan
Haiti
Mexico
Saint Lucia
India
Latvia
Bhutan
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Malaysia
Norway
Czech Republic
Antigua and Barbuda
Fiji
Honduras
Mauritius
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Peru
Indonesia
Vanuatu
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Congo
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Austria
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Canada
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Tonga
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Republic of Korea
Guyana
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Singapore
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Uzbekistan
Central African Republic
Poland
Kuwait
Gambia
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Gabon
Estonia
Spain
Faroe Islands
El Salvador
Mali
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Bahamas
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Armenia
Micronesia
United Arab Emirates
Argentina
Sudan
Bahrain
Hungary
Papua New Guinea
Cuba
Americas
Northern America
Europe
Asia
Africa
Global
Oceania
Journal Articles & Books
December 2013
Fiji
Germany
Grenada
Canada
Thailand
Laos
Philippines
South Africa
Singapore
Malaysia
Australia
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
India
Norway
Netherlands

The Land Tenure Journal is a peer-reviewed, open-access flagship journal of the Climate, Energy and Tenure Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The Land Tenure Journal, launched in early 2010, is a successor to the Land Reform, Land Settlement and Co-operatives, which was published between 1964 and 2009. The Land Tenure Journal is a medium for the dissemination of quality information and diversified views on land and natural resources tenure.

Reports & Research
December 1976
Egypt
Bangladesh
Burundi
Mali
Chile
China
Australia
Bolivia
Canada
Italy
Costa Rica
Colombia
Rwanda
Cyprus
Denmark
Cameroon
Brunei Darussalam
Ecuador
Cuba
Argentina
Ivory Coast
Brazil
Austria
Africa

This manual is a translation and adaptation 11Le sol - comment conserver le sol? ", published by the ri-Service- Afrique of the lnstitut africain pour le developpement economique et social (INADES).</p> The course covers erosion, soil conservation and farming techniques that protect soil resources.

Reports & Research
December 2015
Algeria
Egypt
Bangladesh
Iraq
Afghanistan
Azerbaijan
Indonesia
Burkina Faso
Ivory Coast
Iran
Djibouti
Benin
Niger
Cameroon
Jordan
Comoros
Albania
Brunei Darussalam
Kuwait
Chad
Bahrain
Gabon
Lebanon
Europe
Asia
Africa

FAO has a long history of partnership with the countries of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), providing policy advice, analysis and technical assistance in agriculture, livestock, fisheries, forestry, natural resources management and food security in its commitment to support resilient livelihoods and enhance food security. FAO collaborates with these countries at a global level, as well as at a regional level through a number of regional initiatives, and at a country level via the country programming framework agreed upon with national authorities.

Reports & Research
December 2008
United States of America
China
Sri Lanka
Indonesia
United Kingdom
Pakistan
Thailand
New Zealand
Nepal
Republic of Korea
Philippines
Malaysia
Japan
Myanmar
Brunei Darussalam
Netherlands
India
Bhutan
Cambodia
South-Eastern Asia
Southern Asia

Does forest tenure matter? In what way does it matter? What are the links among tenure, sustainable forest management (SFM) and poverty alleviation (PA)? This paper presents the main findings of research that was conducted by FAO and partners from the Asia Forest Partnership with the aim of analysing and understanding the role of tenure arrangements, their enabling impacts and their limitations. The paper presents a summary of different tenure instruments’ performance in supporting SFM and PA, and provides recommendations for more effective forest tenure systems.