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Presentation on Tree Diversity Day, 11 October 2012, at the 11th CBD Conference of Parties in Hyderabad, India

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Tree diversityday2012 ichikawa.pptx

  1. 1. ROLE  OF  TREE  DIVERSITY    IN  TROPICAL  SOCIO-­‐ECOLOGICAL    PRODUCTION  LANDSCAPES  AND  SEASCAPES   Dr.  Kaoru  Ichikawa     (United  NaDons  University  InsDtute  of  Advanced  Studies)  
  2. 2. The  Satoyama  Ini(a(ve  ¢  Global  ini(a(ve  ¢  Contributes  to  make  produc(on  landscapes  and  seascapes  more   sustainable  (inside/outside  the  protected  areas)  ¢  Targets  the  areas  where  local  communi(es  have  developed  and   customized  the  sustainable  produc(on  systems  ¢  Recognizes  ra(onale  of  locally-­‐adapted  knowledge  and  prac(ces    ¢  Contributes  to  changes  and  innova(on  to  meet  the  needs  of   changing  socie(es   Launch  of  the  Interna(onal  Partnership  for  the  Satoyama  Ini(a(ve  (IPSI)   Aichi,  Nagoya,  2010  (CBD-­‐COP10  )  
  3. 3. Socio-­‐ecological  produc(on  landscapes  and  seascapes  (SEPLS)  ¢ Dynamic  mosaics  of  habitats  and  land  uses   that  have  been  shaped  by  the  interacDons   between  people  and  nature  in  ways  that   maintain  biodiversity  and  provide  humans   with  goods  and  services  needed  for  their  well-­‐ being  in  a  sustainable  way  
  4. 4. Interna(onal  Partnership  for  the  Satoyama  Ini(a(ve  (IPSI)  
  5. 5. SEPLS  in  the  tropics:  from  member  case  studies   Ce.Sa.Re.N  ONG   Photo  by  JWRC   Ministry  of  Natural  Resources  and   Environment,  Thailand  INIFAT   ERECON   hSp://satoyama-­‐ini(a(ve.org/en/category/case_studies-­‐2/  
  6. 6. Tree  diversity  in  SEPLS  in  the  tropics  ¢ Mul(-­‐func(onality   —  Food,  fuel,  medicinal  plants,  etc   —  Spiritual/religious  use   —  Biodiversity    ¢ Benefits  go  beyond  the  boundaries   of  local  communi(es  ¢ Share  linkages  with  surrounding   areas  under  different  types  of  land   use    
  7. 7. Linking  sustainable  produc(on  landscapes  to  the  market   Acai   Fruits   Chocolate   Medicinal     products   Cosme(cs   •  Adding high-value through sustainable production •  Ensuring market access for various products
  8. 8. Thank  you  for  your   aSen(on   Email:  isi@ias.unu.edu   Website:  hSp://satoyama-­‐ini(a(ve.org/en/    

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