Environment & Ecology: Tools

PostedonApr. 27, 2014in Environment and Ecology

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  1. A series of educational posters on the ban on plastics by Ecoexist. A ban on plastic such as the one in Maharashtra (2018) is not enough to change the situation. While a ban definitely helps, its implementation is tricky and not fool proof. Citizens need to take ownership of the ban, to recognise the importance of cleaning up our environment and of avoiding the use of single use plastic disposables. (checked on 27 Nov. 2018)
  2. A quick guide for selection of tree species for Mass Plantation Drives by Oikos, Pune. (checked on 10 Jun. 2018)

  3. A compilation of commonly seen NON-NATIVE plants that should NOT be planted in greening, mass plantation, forestation or conservation drives. Also provided is a list of the commonly preferred (and recommended) non-natives, by Oikos, Pune. (checked on 12 Jun. 2018)

  4. Biocultural Community Protocol has been developed by a group of NGOs working with pastoralists in different parts of India. It corresponds to the “community protocols” that India – and other countries – are mandated to establish by an international legal convention: the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits arising from their utilization. (checked on 17 Apr. 2018)

  5. DOs & DON’Ts for a Successful Global BioDiversity Framework, co-ordinated by the CBD Alliance. For more info. visit HTTP://CBD-ALLIANCE.ORG/ and WWW.FOEI.ORG (checked on 23 Feb. 2020)

  6. Source Maps: Check out how to See where stuff comes from. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  7. Oath to protect forests around villages taken by village women of Uttarakhand under the leadership of Chetna Andolan, Uttakhand. (checked on 24 Dec. 2016)

  8. earth&us have designed a facilitator’s guide to environmental sustainability for facilitators who want to work with children on soil conservation, water conservation and menstrual hygiene. (checked on 19 Feb. 2016)

  9. Global Footprint Network provides Ecological Footprint accounting tools to drive informed policy decisions in a resource-constrained world. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  10. Learning from the Practitioners: Benefit Sharing Perspectives from Enterprising Communities. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  11. ऑयकॉसची https://www.oikos.in/html/events.htmlजीविधता उद्यानासाठी स्थानिक झाडांची यादी व थोडक्यात कृती. महाराष्ट्राचे पावसानुसार साधारण तीन विभाग करून त्यानुसार याद्या. पत्रक निवडताना पाऊसमान आणि गावाचे ठिकाण ह्याप्रमाणे योग्य ती यादी वापरावी. गावाचा पर्यावरणीय आराखडा हे पत्रक मात्र सामाईक आहे. माहितीपत्रके या लिंक वर ठेवलेली आहेत – https://www.oikos.in/html/events.html
    https://www.oikos.in/html/events.html – to prepare‘ecologically appropriate land use’ of the village, wherein basic natural resources – soil, water (including ground water) and biodiversity will be conserved, and to establish a ‘Biodiversity park’ on village common land to conserve our native diversity as a gene pool. (checked on 25 Apr. 2019)

  12. Presentation on development, environment, democracy and alternatives by Ashish Kothari (checked on 25 Apr. 2019)

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