Dear IPSI members and friends,
Greetings from the IPSI Secretariat in Tokyo, Japan. IPSI and its members continue to stay active in a wide variety of projects and activities related to maintaining and revitalizing socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes (SEPLS).
This month’s newsletter contains information on IPSI's involvement in the recent UN Biodiversity Conference held in December 2016 in Cancun, Mexico, and we are also pleased to let readers know that the summary report has now been completed for the Satoyama Initiative Regional Workshop held in Peru last June. We would also like to share news of a newly-updated IPSI booklet a profile of TZR Technologies, one of IPSI's newest members, and a report of an IPSI case study from the Hualien District Agricultural Research and Extension Station (HDARES), Council of Agriculture in Chinese Taipei.
As always, we hope you will contact us to submit any new case studies or other information about your activities, or if you have any questions or comments.