WOCAT in joint collaboration with Conservation International, CONICET, Both ENDS, ISRIC, Sustainable Land Management Associates, CIAP and FAO, has contributed to four different papers that were submitted to a Special Issue of the Journal Environmental Science and Policy on Implementing Land Degradation Neutrality: from policy challenges to policy opportunities for national sustainable development.
The papers highlight the relevance of SLM for
achieving LDN, the use of standardized global methods and tools and
synergies for assessing and monitoring LDN, and the enabling conditions
environment to further the implementation of LDN.
Link to online journal "Environmental Science & Policy": LDN framework & policies
degradation neutrality: The role of SLM knowledge in evidence-based
Hanspeter Liniger, Nicole Harari, Godert van Lynden, Renate Fleiner, ... William Critchley. April 2019. Pages 123-134.
Contribution of community-based initiatives to the sustainable development goal of Land Degradation Neutrality. Nathalie van Haren, Renate Fleiner, Hanspeter Liniger, Nicole Harari. April 2019. Pages 211-219.
Synergizing global tools to monitor progress towards land degradation neutrality: Trends.Earth and the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies sustainable land management database. Mariano Gonzalez-Roglich, Alex Zvoleff, Monica Noon, Hanspeter Liniger, ... Cesar Garcia. March 2019. Pages 34-42.
Land degradation assessment in the Argentinean Puna: Comparing expert knowledge with satellite-derived information. César Luis García, Ingrid Teich, Mariano Gonzalez-Roglich, Adolfo Federico Kindgard, ... Hanspeter Liniger. January 2019. Pages 70-80.
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