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All publications and documents

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Ecological connectivity: an essential component of ecosystem restoration

Ecological connectivity can inform the planning, designing, and implementing of actions to avoid, reduce, and restore land degradation. We recommend prioritizing actions that focuses on ecological connectivity to achieve maximum socio-ecological benefits early in the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration and argue for the importance of integrated land use planning.

Ecological connectivity: an essential component of ecosystem restoration
Model framework for technology transfer

In line with its mandate to mobilize resources for the transfer of technolog the GM is developing a model framework for technology transfer. The framework explores options for the horizontal distribution of more mature technologies between countries to ensure availability and affordability where these technologies are most needed, while aiming to help new and innovative technologies move up…

Model framework for technology transfer
Southern Africa: Leveraging the land, water and energy nexus in SADC

The report focuses on the cross-sectoral linkages of land-water-energy (LWE) systems or nexus points that can be used to leverage progress towards achieving LDN. Given the current status of land resource management and related cross-cutting issues in Southern Africa, the report highlights gaps that need to be addressed and good practices that could be scaled up and out. The nexus gains…

Southern Africa: Leveraging the land, water and energy nexus in SADC
Central and Eastern Europe: Ecosystem restoration for green recovery and a sustainable future

This regional thematic report is the first comprehensive analysis of commitments under international and national initiatives promoting land and ecosystem restoration in the region. However, the area covered by restoration commitments – currently 13.5 million hectares, or 5% of the total degraded area – is not sufficient to address the extent of degradation and loss in the region’s forests,…

Central and Eastern Europe: Ecosystem restoration for green recovery and a sustainable future
COP15 informal guide

This informal guide was prepared by the UNCCD secretariat with the purpose of assisting participants to the meetings in Abidjan in making the sessions a success. This guide seeks to provide an overview of the structure, programme and agenda items of COP 15, CST 15 and CRIC 20, and practical information on how the work is carried out at the formal and informal settings. This guide is not meant…

COP15 informal guide