Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony

Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony

By David Godfrey

On Monday, 22 September the Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony was held at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York as a contribution to the UN Secretary-General's Climate Summit and the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples. The evening was built around the Equator Prize 2014 winners, twenty-six (26) leading indigenous and local communities from across the planet that are managing natural capital and ecosystems in a way that meets the challenges of climate change head-on.

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Detailed Case Studies on Equator Prize Winners

Detailed Case Studies on Equator Prize Winners

By Kimberly

Access our case study database, a growing repository of case material on local best practices in sustainable development.  The database is searchable by theme, field of work, activity, country and region.

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Equator Prize for SLM Trophy and Brochure
Equator Prize Trophy “Devil’s Claw derives its name from the sharp, hooked form of the woody fruits. It is a herbaceous perennial that stores water and nutrients in order t...
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Equator Prize for SLM in Sub-Saharan Africa Award Ceremony
Tuesday, 17 June 20146:00pm - 7:30pm The Equator Prize for Sustainable Land Management in Sub-Saharan Africa award ceremony was held at the Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya on 17 June 2014...
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Join WIN's Forum Discussion
WIN's first forum discussion will be on the topic of the upcoming United Nations Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and will begin July 8 2014 at 10:00 ...
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Pole Pole Foundation

In 1975, Kahuzi-Biega National Park expanded from 60,000 to 600,000 hectares of forest in eastern DRC. The newly-incorporated lowland forest was home ...
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