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Coherence & alignment among sustainable land management, ecosystem-based adaptation, ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction & nature-based solutions

Sustainable Land Management (SLM), Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA), Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction (Eco-DRR) and Nature-based Solutions (NbS) are widely-applied approaches that tackle certain drivers of these challenges in a goal-oriented way, in particular land degradation, climate change impacts and disasters due to natural hazards. UNCCD Decision 19/COP.14 paragraph 42…

 Coherence & alignment among sustainable land management, ecosystem-based adaptation, ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction & nature-based solutions
The Global Land Outlook: West Africa Thematic Report: Land Degradation Neutrality: Benefits for Human Security

Located in the arid and semi-arid areas of West Africa, the Sahel has undergone profound changes over the past 50 years. Known for the prevalence of land degradation processes, the Sahel is suffering from the combined negative effects of population growth, human activities and climate variability, resulting in recurrent droughts and the continued decline of natural resources and land…

The Global Land Outlook: West Africa Thematic Report: Land Degradation Neutrality: Benefits for Human Security
The Global Land Outlook: Latin America and the Caribbean Thematic Report: Sustainable Land Management and Climate Change Adaptation

The extensive arable land and great biodiversity present in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) have the potential to ensure sustenance and a good quality of life for its more than 600 million inhabitants. LAC has experienced important changes in land use. When the Europeans arrived in the 15th century, the forest cover of LAC accounted for approximately 75 per cent of the territory. At…

The Global Land Outlook: Latin America and the Caribbean Thematic Report: Sustainable Land Management and Climate Change Adaptation