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Natural Resources Management

We live in an interconnected world where all our actions cause direct or indirect effect on our land, air and water ecosystems. Exploitation of natural resources since the industrial revolution has caused many negative impacts, for example climate change, with those in poorer regions being affected more. Participatory approaches to planning natural resource management activities helps to ensure sustainable livelihoods for local communities while protecting our planet.


Contrôler la Prolifération des Jacinthe d'eau

Ce document propose des solutions d'ordre biologique, environnemental et chimique pour cultiver la jacinthe d'eau, et commente les usages éventuels que l'on pourrait faire de cette

Paul Calvert, Published by United Kingdom on 2014/10/17

Fishing out the Gene Pool

This brief explains how the world's fish stocks are in danger from modern fishing

Brian O'Riordan, Published by Appropriate Technology Journal on 2014/08/29

Shagra Community Forest

Nadia Ibrahim Mohammed attended the “Greening Darfur” inception workshop and then decided to establish a community forest. In order to do this she mobilised the community, especially women

Published by Practical Action on 2014/10/17

Water Hyacinth

This document suggests solutions for the control of water hyacinth - biological, physical and chemical - and discusses possible practical applications of the

Paul Calvert, Published by Practical Action on 2014/10/17


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