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Global Forest Watch and the World Resources Institute are pleased to announce the first-ever GFW Tech Fellowship. The Fellowship will scale the impact of GFW (a platform that has reached over one million users from every country in the world) by creating a cadre of changemakers and forest champions working on the frontlines of combatting deforestation. The GFW Tech Fellowship will equip the most innovative and dedicated forest protection advocates around the world with the skills and cutting-edge technologies to help halt deforestation.
In 2015, all 193 United Nations member countries signed on to 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to "create the future we want in 2030."
SDGs&Her is an online competition for women entrepreneurs to showcase how they are supporting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through their business operations. The objectives of the initiative are to:
2018 Asia-Pacific Rainforest Summit to Showcase Approaches to Balancing Economic Growth, Forest Conservation and Human Well-Being
Bogor, Indonesia (21 February, 2018) – The Indonesian Government with the support of the Australian Government, and in partnership with the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), is proud to host the 2018 Asia-Pacific Rainforest Summit (APRS).
[Open Application] International Business Readiness in the Fashion and Textiles Sector Short Term Award Batch 3
Opening the third batch of the International Business Readiness in the Fashion and Textiles Sector STA!
This Short Term Award is again targeting Indonesian leading and upcoming leaders (men and women) who work or own business in the fashion and textiles sector in Indonesia. This repeat course is based on the successful outcome of the program delivered early 2016 and 2017.
ASEAN FARMERS ORGANISATION SUPPORT PROGRAMME – ENGAGING WITH ASEAN
Multilevel governance arrangements face many challenges, not least sectorial cultures that promote (and perpetuate) particular visions of (and for) rural areas that are often incompatible. Different government ministries and commissions have different ‘ways of doing things’, rhythms and goals that do not always permit collaborations with other actors. As part of its Global Comparative Study on REDD+ (GCS-REDD+, http://www.cifor.org/gcs/), CIFOR initiated research on multilevel governance and REDD+ in Mexico in 2014 in a comparative project with four other
‘REDD+ countries’. This study looked critically at how landuse decisions are made and how these affect outcomes for diverse actors in two states in southern Mexico: Chiapas and Yucatan (see Map 1). It also examined the potential of new Low Emissions Development (LED) initiatives. In particular, it looked at questions of participation in decision-making processes and perceptions regarding the legitimacy and equity of these arrangements. The concept of multilevel governance is employed to analyze the degree of coordination between different levels and sectors for a common end. The study found many examples of efforts to improve multilevel governance around common problems, but also many obstacles and inertias that inhibited turning crosssector planning processes into practice.
MANILA, FILIPINA (14 September 2017) — Dewan Direktur Asian Development Bank (ADB) hari ini menyetujui dua pinjaman yang total bernilai hingga $1,1 miliar untuk memperkuat dan mendiversifikasi sektor energi Indonesia — sektor yang dipandang penting dalam mendorong pertumbuhan yang inklusif dan pembangunan berkelanjutan di Indonesia.