Climate Change, Livelihoods and Natural Resources Management2021-02-28T16:01:13+01:00

Project Description

Climate Change, Livelihoods, Natural Resources Management

Based on lessons learned, this working group promotes concepts that foster the improvement of livelihoods while conserving natural resources in the context of climate change.

It supports the exchange of results and experiences between projects or programmes and develops innovative products to contribute to knowledge management and more efficient implementation of projects and programmes.

The working group believes that a well governed and responsible management of natural resources is the foundation of sustainable development in rural areas. The impacts and risks of climate change on livelihoods and natural resources are taken into account, especially through concepts such as ecosystem-based adaptation and mitigation.

Work streams

  1. Wildlife crime – anti-poaching
  2. Environmental education
  3. Digitalization
  4. Biodiversity and human rights
  5. Climate risks analysis
  6. Monitoring and Evaluation and data collection for climate change
  7. Agriculture in fragile rural areas
  8. Valuation of ecosystem services (ESS) – “green value” and ESS for/in rural development
  9. Land tenure – access to land – identity linked to land
  10. Cross-continental comparison of conducive frameworks for dry valley rehabilitation
  11. Biodiversity based value-chains – sustainability standards – ABS / benefit-sharing mechanisms for biodiversity conservation
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Climate Change, Livelihoods, Natural Resources Management working group


We are looking forward to your participation and contribution!

Speaker: Désiré Tchigankong

Co-speaker: Sven Schuppener
Tandem partners: Kirsten Probst, Andreas Müller

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Members of this working group collaborate virtually
Benefits of virtual collaboration
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