The Science-Policy Interface (SPI) of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) wishes to invite the WOCAT Network to participate in a survey on the potential contribution of Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) to enhancing the well-being and livelihoods of people as well as the state of the environment. More investigation is needed for more effective implementation of LDN by: 1) learning from experiences; 2) understanding the role of enabling and reinforcing factors, including land governance; 3) identification of options to enhance the benefits of LDN for human well-being and livelihoods. All this will help refine the implementation of LDN.
The information you provide through this survey is planned to feed into deliverables of objective 1.2 of the SPI Work Programme 2018-2019,adopted by decision 21/COP.13, and has a great potential of shaping deliberations of the fourteenth session of the UNCCD Conference of the Parties in October 2019. Responses will be stored anonymously and the results of the survey will be presented in an aggregated format without identifying individual respondents.
Please access the link: <https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LDN_survey>. It will only take 20 minutes to complete the survey and share your views on what is needed to achieve and maintain LDN in terms of policies, incentives, and support for implementation. The survey will be closed on 24th December 2018.
Should you have any questions, please contact Mr. Cameron Allen <email@example.com>.
Thank you in advance for your collaboration, as your feedback by completing this survey is highly valued and will contribute to improved information to support effective LDN implementation in the frame of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
the UNCCD Science-Policy Interface
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