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"Linking Green Economies and Sustainable Livelihoods For rural wellbeing in Asia" (WWF Indonesia) came out.
update：January 6, 2014
This publication came out as a result of the project titled "From sustainable livelihoods to green economies, best practices for working on poverty alleviation and equitable conservation at scale, Experience Sharing workshop of the WWF practitioners from Asia offices", supported by the Toyota Foundation’s 2012 Asian Neighbors Program Special Purpose Grant "Prospects for the Future".
The contents are as follows;
"Linking Green Economies and Sustainable Livelihoods For rural wellbeing in Asia"
1.1. The economics of the environment
1.2. The costs of growth
1.3. Main development and environmental challenges in Asia
1.4. Three pillars of sustainability
2. The promises of Green Economy
2.1. Interpretations of Green Economies
2.2. Can Green Economies deliver for rural wellbeing?
2.3. Eradicating poverty for better conservation or conservation for poverty eradication?
3. The Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA)
3.1. Building Natural Assets
3.2. What works and why in income generating activities
3.3. SL models: are approaches effective to overcome inequality and poverty?
4. Getting it right: Green Economies for equity and wellbeing
4.1. Viewing Green Economy through a social lens: important principles for equity and prosperity
4.2. Viewing Green Economy through a social lens: 'safeguards' for equity and prosperity
4.3. Viewing Green Economy through a social lens: community indicators for equity and prosperity
5. Preliminary policy recommendations
For the PDF file, please click here.
For the summary of the Foundation-funded project, please search by "D12-N-0145" in our "Search Project" page.