Governance of Natural Resources

GOVERNANCE OF NATURAL RESOURCES

News
For many humanitarian actors, a household represents the most appropriate social unit for aid delivery. However, pastoralist family groupings are far more complex and dynamic.
Blog
A review of application of participatory rangeland management (PRM) approach in Ethiopia shows positive impact, including improved land condition and women's empowerment.
Publications
Select 2019 journal articles from PIM and partners on natural resource governance.
Blog
Effective forest and landscape restoration interventions need to take into account socio-political aspects and gender norms in order to ensure long-term impact and promote equitable sharing of benefits.
Events
This webinar by Land Portal aims to explore under what conditions formalization of collective tenure might improve women’s tenure security.
Blog
There is growing awareness that water management rules must be adapted to the specific social-ecological-technical context - but this remains a major challenge.
Events
The session features research from Madagascar and Tanzania on how strong use and management rights to trees and forests have catalyzed adoption of restoration practices by local communities.
News
The manual will provide critical guidance for land use planning in Ethiopia’s pastoral areas.
Blog
While land titles and other reforms in forest-dwelling communities in Indonesia, Uganda and Peru have improved people’s lives, food insecurity is still a widespread problem, a new study suggests.