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United Nations University Land Restoration Training Programme (UNU-LRT). Capacity building, leadership training and research in ecological restoration and SLM
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UNCCD Nov 11
is decreasing at up to 1,000 times the natural rate. -based solutions like are for reversing biodiversity loss + increasing the resilience of ecosystems & human livelihoods to 👉
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UN University - LRT Nov 9
57 enthusiastic participants attended the Experiential Learning module in southeast Spain in late October. Representatives from two partner organizations attended, from and . Read about it in our news item .
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ENABLE_E+ Nov 8
It’s not a coincidence that we pre-launch our new Business Model Innovation for Landscape Restoration on 5th Dec 2018 with , , , , .
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UN University - LRT Nov 6
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ENABLE_E+ Nov 5
Only 1 month to go until the pre-launch of our new on Business Model Innovation for Landscape Restoration! With and many others! Keep checking our Website for more info !
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UN University - LRT Nov 1
Great to see so many excellent former fellows in the Green Gold team at the National Forum in - they are great ambassadors of the and .
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ELD Initiative Oct 31
Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan are facing similar issues, as shown by case studies. And in both cases, investing in SLM would be economically profitable! For more informations, have a look on our policy briefs: and
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UN University - LRT Oct 31
Recording a video last week with for upcoming on models for . If you haven’t taken our previous MOOC then check it out:
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UN University - LRT Oct 30
Twenty-five environmental/forestry/natural resources officers have completed our course in . What a great group of change agents!
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UN University - LRT Oct 29
Great to have former fellows, Zalfa Businge (alumni 2017) and William Nsimiire (alumni 2012), assisting in delivering our course in Uganda on "Sustainable land management, land restoration and linkages with climate change".
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UN University - LRT Oct 29
The participants in the course in went to the field to observe first hand degradation and discuss potential for land restoration in relation to an in-class exercise.
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UN University - LRT Oct 26
Great to have two participants from UNU-LRT partner organizations experiential learning in Spain: Irene from Environmental Protection Agency, Ghana & Enkh‐Amgalan from National Federation of Pasture User Groups, Mongolia.
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UN University - LRT Oct 25
Today, our course participants in did an exercise about the preparation of a restoration project
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UN University - LRT Oct 25
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UN University - LRT Oct 24
Today experiential learning module participants studied the impacts of land degradation on the environment & society, & experienced how to prevent degradation & restore land based on models.
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UN University - LRT Oct 24
Professor Asa Aradottir gives numerous lectures on restoration of degraded land in the short course "Sustainable land managment, land restoration and linkages with climate change", currently given in Masindi, in collaboration with and .
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UNCCD Oct 24
: MOOC “Sheep in the Land of Fire and Ice” by on the sustainability of sheep grazing in Iceland 🇮🇸. To join the course, visit:
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UN University - LRT Oct 24
The participants in the course in on sustainable land management, land restoration and , went to the field to learn easy method to evaluate land condition, and were introduced to the app.
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UN University - LRT Oct 23
Exciting to start our experiential learning module!
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UN University - LRT Oct 23
Dr Johann Thorsson, specialist at Soil Conservation Service of teaching the processes of land degradation in the course "Sustainable land managment, land restoration and linkages to climate change", tought in in collaboration with and
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