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The Designation and Management of Ramsar Sites

Miscellaneous
2017
A practitioner's guide to better understand the designation and management of Ramsar sites for various stakeholders on ground.

Rudrath Avinashi

T. Hay-Edie and C. Corrigan
2013
This document focuses on 5 themes such as 1. Documentation 2. Management Planning 3. Monitoring and Evaluation 4. Communication 5. Finance and Values
2009
A compilation of 140+ diverse CCAs across India with an overview on the multiple dimensions of CCAs.
2016
A training manual organised 1) on Preparation of FRA Training manuals for Government Functionaries and members of Gram Sabha including development of the manual 2) on Developing manual on delineation and mapping of community rights and community forest resources including development of manuals
2021
Understanding the legal provisions and the degree of implementation on ground
2020
Clarifying core legal provisions and the processes that would be necessary for their better implementation
2016
A training manual organized 1) on Preparation of FRA Training manuals for Government Functionaries and members of Gram Sabha including development of the manual 2) on Developing manual on delineation and mapping of community rights and community forest resources including development of manuals
ICCA Consortium
2021
A training manual on how to strengthen Community Conserved Areas or Territories of Life.
IUCN
2019
As recognised in CBD's Strategic Action Plan (2011-2020) and Kunming-Montreal Global Biodviersity Framework, there exist many areas that outside the protected areas network that contribute to the in-situ conservation. This document elaborates on OECM as a concept in addition to identification and monitoring of these areas.
1988
The primary objectives of the policy are environmental stability, conservation of the natural habitat and checking soil erosion and denudation in wetlands and rivers.
2006
The National Environment Policy seeks to extend the coverage, and fill in gaps that still exist, in light of present knowledge and accumulated experience. It does not displace, but builds on the earlier policies.
Joint Forest Management (JFM) is an approach and program initiated in the context of the National Forest Policy of 1988 wherein local forest dwelling communities in partnership with state government departments, protect and manage forests and share the costs and benefits from the forests with them.
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