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Climate Change, Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Management (CEEN) in Development Policy: Addressing Knowledge Needs and Gaps in Norwegian ODA-Funded Research SupportFridtjof Nansen Institute, 2014Climate change, environment, energy and natural resource management (CEEN) are salient issues in global development policy. They are also particularly prominent in Norway, receiving close to 25% of the aid budget in 2013.Document2014New policies and interventions for forest management are important because preferences of stakeholders and the state of forests continually change.Document
Dead in the water - Ethical ownership and water management in the Norwegian Government Pension Fund GlobalAssociation for International Water Studies, Norway, 2015The world is facing a serious water crisis with increasing water scarcity and overuse globally. The demand for water resources is growing rapidly mainly due to industrial use, and beverage companies are one of the major industrial consumers.Document
The dynamics of large infrastructure development in conservation of the Serengeti Ecosystem - the case study of a road through Serengeti National Park. Phase 1 report.Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2012This report presents results from the first field surveys for the five Thematic Areas – Biodiversity (Zoology and Botany), Human and Animal Health (HAH), Environmental Science, and Socio-ecology - that was conducted along the proposed Serengeti road in Serengeti and Ngorongoro Districts.DocumentGRID Arendal, 2015Estimates by Alyward (2009) show that 380 000 people derive direct livelihood support from the Cubango/ Okabango River Basin. Much of the direct livelihood support is derived through the benefits obtained from wetlands and floodplain systems.Document
Final evaluation of the Regional Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) Capacity Building Programme for Southern AfricaNorwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD, 2014Background:Document
Mid-term evaluation of the Clean Energy in Africa Programme of Naturvernforbundet (Friends of the Earth Norway)Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD, 2014The Clean Energy in Africa programme is a five-year programme (2012-2016) where Naturvernforbundet is cooperating with the Pan-African organization Jeunes Volontaires pour l’Environnement International (JVE) and Fórum de Energias e Desenvolvimento Sustentável de Moçambique (FEDESMO).DocumentU4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, 2014Sector approaches to combating corruption have gained momentum in recent years, yet the strategic prioritization of sector anti-corruption initiatives is still the exception. The National Water Directorate in Mozambique is one of the few public sector departments in the world known to have allocated its own resources to developing a sector-specific anti-corruption strategy.DocumentElsevier, 2015Many incidents of elephant killings have recently taken place in Tanzania as well as in other Africancountries. Such events are usually presented as results of the rising global demand for ivory. As we showin this case study, however, not all violence against elephants is driven by the ivory trade.Document
Technology Transfer in India: CBD, institutions, actors, typologies and perceptions. Sector: Herbal Medicines (biopharmaceuticals, botanicals and personal care products and cosmetics)Fridtjof Nansen Institute, 2014The Convention on Biologcal Diversity (CBD) recognises that both access to and transfer of technologies are essential for the attainment of its objectives. This report explores a number of issues related to technology transfer with a particular focus on India asking questions on: typologies, actors, and institutions, perceptions and mechanisms.