Community-Based Landscape Approaches for Promoting Biodiversity and Sustainable Livelihoods In Bhutan
“Community-Based Landscape Approaches for Promoting Biodiversity and Sustainable Livelihoods In Bhutan: a national dialogue for mainstreaming the socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes (SEPLS) conservation approach” presents insights on mainstreaming and upscaling landscape approaches such as SEPLS and ensuring their financial sustainability. The consultations and dialogues were held in the communities of intervention, with key government agencies, civil society organizations and other relevant groups and organizations. The conversations gathered insights, specifically, on the GEF-Small Grants Programme projects based on the SEPLS approach and, generally, on other initiatives and interventions in Bhutan taking a landscape approach.
The national dialogue and the publication of this report is a part of the Community Development and Knowledge Management for the Satoyama Initiative (COMDEKS) Phase III activities implemented in Bhutan through the GEF-Small Grants Programme, UNDP in partnership with the Royal Government of Bhutan.
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