International Satoyama Intiative

IPSI, the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative, promotes collaboration in the conservation and restoration of sustainable human-influenced natural environments (Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes: SEPLS) through broader global recognition of their value.

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    Project Community Development and knowledge management for the Satoyama Initiative in Costa Rica

    Duration: 15.08 --- 24/11/2016

    A video produced by the Costa Rica country programme of the COMDEKS Project, an IPSI collaborative activity, on activities carried out in the Jesus María Watershed.

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    A Experiencia Satoyama no Brasil

    Duration: 10.07 --- 02/09/2016

    (Portuguese) A video produced by the Brazil country programme of the COMDEKS Project, an IPSI collaborative activity, on activities carried out in the Upper Jequitinhonha Valley.

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    Life giving water for the gardens of Issyk Kul

    Duration: 8.30 --- 11/02/2016

    A video produced by the Kyrgyzstan country programme of the COMDEKS Project, an IPSI collaborative activity, on activities carried out in the socio-ecological production landscapes of Lake Issyk-Kul.

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    Socio-ecological Production Landscapes in Biocorridors for Living Well

    Duration: 5.14 --- 20/10/2015

    A video produced by the Ecuador country programme of the COMDEKS Project, an IPSI collaborative activity, on activities carried out in the Ecuadorian Amazon Region.

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    Bouncing Back from Disaster – Working with Nature to Create a Brighter Future for the Urato Islands

    Duration: 14.44 --- 24/04/2015

    This video captures a portrait of people engaged in community recovery featuring the abundant nature of satoyama and satoumi on and around the Urato Islands, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.

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    Urato, Beautiful Islands

    Duration: 2.51 --- 24/04/2015

    This video features beautiful footage of landscapes and livelihood activities in the Urato Islands.

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    Urato, Home of Oysters

    Duration: 8.07 --- 24/04/2015

    With abundant nature in their seascapes, the Urato Islands are famous for not only cultivating oysters, but also exporting seed oysters to other oyster-producing sites both in Japan and abroad.  (Japanese language only)

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    COMDEKS Ghana – Project Evaluation

    Duration: 15.56 --- 13/03/2015

    (英語) A video produced by the Ghana country programme of the COMDEKS Project, an IPSI collaborative activity, on activities carried out in the Weto Range.

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    Community Development in Harmony with Nature – results for inspiration

    Duration: 7.28 --- 13/08/2014

    A video produced by the Slovakia country programme of the COMDEKS Project, an IPSI collaborative activity, on activities carried out in the Latorica River Basin.

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    Rivitalizzare i paesaggi produttivi in Europa. A Firenze gli esperti dell’UNU

    Duration: 11.58 --- 09/07/2014

    (Italian) A report from Toscana TV about the Regional Workshop on the Satoyama Initiative held in May 2014 in Florence, Italy.

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    Forest Management in Practice – Danuohei village in China –

    Duration: 11.18 --- 29/01/2014

    Positive interdependent relationship between the Sani people (Chinese minority group) and their living environment

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    Satoumi

    Duration: 1.14.11 --- 16/12/2012

    A documentary on “satoumi” coastal ecosystems in Japan produced by the United Nations University.

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    The Secret to High Quality Tea

    Duration: 13.15 --- 01/07/2012

    The harmonious balance between tea production and biodiversity conservation which has been maintained over years

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    Striving to Restore the way of Life. Kirikiri, Otsuchi-cho, Iwate Japan

    Duration: 14.58 --- 18/04/2012

    A record of the rebuilding process of the way of life of the people in Kirikiri, Otsuchi-cho, Iwate Japan

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    From Mountain to Sea

    Duration: 10.20 --- 24/11/2011

    A Vision to Rebuild Tohoku

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    Wanja Dorothy Nyingi: KENWEB, National Museums of Kenya

    Duration: 0.56 --- 12/07/2011

    The opportunities in IPSI for developing partnerships, especially for developing countries, to better achieve goals

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    Alfred Oteng-Yeboah: National Biodiversity Committee, Ghana

    Duration: 2.09 --- 12/07/2011

    The potential and growth of IPSI and the furthering of international environmental and development goals

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    Fumiko Fukuoka: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

    Duration: 2.47 --- 12/07/2011

    The exciting possibilities for the role of the Satoyama approach to conservation

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    Alejandro Argumedo: ANDES

    Duration: 1.17 --- 12/07/2011

    The potential for protection of biological and cultural diversity in indigenous communities

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    Somaly Chan: Ministry of Environment, Cambodia

    Duration: 2.19 --- 12/07/2011

    The support of IPSI for government policy, environment, and the people in Cambodia

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    Miriam Cerdán: Ministry of Environment, Peru

    Duration: 0.41 --- 12/07/2011

    The new possibilities for partnering in the IPSI