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Cn 4 th14_iswc_selecting_slm_technologies_using_stakeholders_wangfei

  1. 1. Selecting SLM Technologies Using Stakeholder Workshops in the Loess Plateau The 5th Plenary Meeting DESIRE International Conference on Combating Land Degradation in Agricultural Areas (LANDCON1010) Xi’an, China 依法以智,保持水土 山川秀美, 今裕后泽 Gudrun Schwilch, Hanspeter Liniger University of Bern, CDE Dr. Wang Fei on behalf of DESIRE Team of ISWC
  2. 2. Diagnostic phase Synthesis and implementation phase Dissemination phase Evaluating biophysical, socio- economical, political and institutional context per study site Current status and stakeholder needs assessment Defining promising prevention and remediation strategies Implementing and testing of selected measures Evaluation performance and determine regional effects Development of a harmonized information system, preparation of guidelines, and practical handbooks for end-users etc. What is the project running ? The DESIREinitiative – project approach Graph: Coen Ritsema, Alterra
  3. 3. Objectives WP 3.1: To identify existing and potential strategies with a participatory learning approach (stakeholder workshop 1) WP 3.2: To evaluate, document and share strategies with the WOCAT tools WP 3.3: To select most promising strategies with a decision support tool (stakeholder workshop 2) Problems Strategies Approaches Assessment Public decision Qualitification Why to? How to?
  4. 4. List of workshop participants Workshop2 : moderator (s): Wang Fei, Li Jinpeng, Zhang Jinxin, Wang Qunxing; 21 participants Workshop1 : moderator (s): Wang Fei, Li Jinpeng, Zhang Jinxin; 17 Stakeholders
  5. 5. List of workshops participants GO: Soil and Water Conservation Bureau of Ansai, Land Management Bureau of Ansai, Forestry Bureau of Ansai, Fruit Bureau of Ansai, Official of Zhenwudong Town, Ansai, Education Bureau of Ansai, Office of “Grain for Green” of Ansai, Yanhe River Basin office Ansai Branch NGO: Ansai Science and Technology Association of the Senior Citizen Land user: head of village, Land users Researcher: staff of ISWC, CAS, Students from ISWC, CAS and Northwest A&F University
  6. 6.  Mutual learning and understanding of land degradation and desertification  Trust and collaboration among local and external participants  Identification of existing and new strategies to prevent or mitigate land degradation and desertif.  Selection of a set of these identified strategies for further assessment Objectives of stakeholderWorkshop1
  7. 7. Results of Workshop1 Photo 3 The selection of main effects of biomass cycle UP: Improving awareness of each stakeholders: the water cycle is much easier to know and analysis in the study site, but the bio-mass is more difficult because the local people have no special attention to it. The multi- stakeholders participating is necessary. It would improve the awareness via knowledge exchange. Below: the judgement of different stakeholders would make the questions and problems clearer.
  8. 8. Results of Workshop1 Improvement of Awareness
  9. 9. Objectives of stakeholderWP2 :  To select promising (existing and potential) strategies for land conservation to be implemented and tested in the selected study site  To jointly select 1-2 options (mitigation strategies) from the WOCAT database to be implemented / field-tested in the selected study site in the context of DESIRE WB 4.  To strengthen trust and collaboration among concerned stakeholders.
  10. 10. Step1 Review: Recall + decide /Get aware / Review and adjust Step 2 Options: Identify and visualize/Search based on WOCAT databases Step 3 Criteria: Identify /Environmental, economic and social criteria /criteria reflect the most important qualities Step 4 Scoring options: assess the option /compare carefully/ small stakeholder groups Step 5 Ranking criteria: organize criteria hierarchically /Assigning all criteria to categories / Ranking criteria Step 6 Analysis Visualization Step 7 Negotiation and Decision making Steps of WP2 Step 8 Embedding into overall strategy
  11. 11. Slope crop land with gullies Converting grassland into orchard Workshop 2 -Step 1
  12. 12. 4 practices (T,RF,G and B) Checkdam land Checkdam (When will be land?) Workshop 2 -Step 2
  13. 13. Miaowan Watershed Workshop 2 -Step 2
  14. 14. Workshop 2 - Step 3 Criteria
  15. 15. Step 4 Indicators for Scoring options Step 5 Ranking criteria Workshop 2 - Step 4 and 5
  16. 16. Step 5 Ranking criteriaWorkshop 2 - Step 5
  17. 17. Step 6 Analysis Visualization Workshop 2  The difference impacts  Wide and narrow range  Options
  18. 18.  The WOCAT DESIRE method is powerful tool to select and evaluate the soil and water conservation practice. The criteria of option vary greatly. Only based on the plenary discussion, could the better option be selected.  The stakeholders should balance the option carefully all the time. If we want to change a the best conservation plan, we should do more. Objectives of stakeholderWorkshop1 Step 8 Embedding into overall strategy
  19. 19. 王飞 中国科学院水利部水土保持研究所 依法以智 保持水土 山川秀美 今裕后泽 王飞 中国科学院水利部水土保持研究所 依法以智 保持水土 山川秀美 今裕后泽 Thank you for your attention!