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1 USAID Biodiversity & Forestry Seminars  Community
USAID’s Biodiversity and Forestry Team hosts "extended team meetings" open to anyone with a professional interest in forestry and biodiversity conservation.  This tradition has evolved into a Fall and Spring seminar series.  At...
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2 October 1, 2009: The anthropocene and anthropogenic biomes: a new way of understanding and measuring human impact on the earth   Document
OCTOBER 1, 2009: The anthropocene and anthropogenic biomes: a new way of understanding and measuring human impact on the earth  The Anthropocene defines Earth's most recent geologic time period as being human-influenced, or anthropogenic,...
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3 February 5, 2009: Agroforestry around protected areas...Perceptions and policies  Online Resource
FEBRUARY 5, 2009 9:30-11am Agroforestry around protected areas: Perceptions and policies Presentation by Diane Russell, USAID Biodiversity & Forestry Team based on work by the World Agroforestry Centre, Yale University School of Forestry...
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4 May 7, 2009: Financial tools for a warming world: Development finance and climate change  Online Resource
MAY 7, 2009 9:30-11am Financial tools for a warming world: Development finance and climate change The USAID Offices of Climate Change, Natural Resources Management, and Development Credit recently solicited the assistance of ICF International...
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5 May 12: Conservation Certification and Product Branding - The Case of Wildlife Friendly Certification- Video  Online Resource
Video presentation of the May 12 seminar series. Speakers Ann Koontz, Relief International - Enterprise Works/VITA and Steven DuPuis, Founder of the DuPuis Group Panelists discuss the potential of certifications to promote...
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6 May 12: Conservation Certification and Product Branding - The Case of Wildlife Friendly Certification (PowerPoint Presentation)  Document
PowerPoint Presenation of May 12 Seminar Series Conservation Certification and Product Branding- The Case of Wildlife-Friendly Certification. Certified Wildlife Friendly® is the first eco-label to provide certification of consumer...
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7 March 10, 2010: A World of Potential - Making Forest Landscape Restoration a Force of Change (PowerPoint Presentation 2)  Online Resource
PowerPoint Presentation by Lars Laestadius, Senior Associate with the People & Ecosystems Program, World Resources Institute In the space of a few centuries, humankind has removed more than half of Earth's original forest cover. Every...
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8 October 13, 2010: Degazettement of Protected Areas - Implications for Conservation Policy and Practice- Video  Online Resource
Video presentation of the October 13 seminar. In this seminar, Sharon Pailler and Michael Mascia of the World Wildlife Fund present results and analysis of the Conservation Science Program's pilot research on degazettement of protected...
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9 October 13, 2010: Degazettement of Protected Areas - Implications for Conservation Policy and Practice- PowerPoint  Document
In this presentation, Sharon Pailler and Michael Mascia of the World Wildlife Fund share results and analysis of the Conservation Science Program's pilot research on degazettement of protected areas and discuss its potential implications for...
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10 October 13, 2010: Degazettement of Protected Areas - Implications for Conservation Policy and Practice- Paper  Document
In this paper, Sharon Pailler and Michael Mascia of the World Wildlife Fund present results and analysis of the Conservation Science Program's pilot research on degazettement of protected areas and discuss its potential implications for...
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