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.

IPSI Holiday Greeting 2013


                    Holiday Season's Greetings from IPSI! Season's greetings from Yokohama! The IPSI Secretariat would like to sincerely thank all of those who have supported and promoted IPSI throughout 2013. IP... [ more ]

IPSI Newsletter, November 2013


IPSI Newsletter, November 2013 Dear subscriber, Greetings from the IPSI Secretariat, and thank you for subscribing to the IPSI Newsletter. This month's issue contai... [ more ]

IPSI Newsletter, August 2013


Fourth IPSI Global Conference (IPSI-4) in Fukui, Japan September is rapidly approaching, and marks an exciting time for IPSI. From 12-14 September, IPSI members will be gathering in Japan’s Fukui Prefecture for the Fourth IPSI Global Conferenc... [ more ]

IPSI Newsletter, July 2013


Register Now for IPSI-4 in Fukui, Japan   From 12-14 September 2013, members of the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative (IPSI) will gather in Japan’s Fukui Prefecture for the Fourth IPSI Global Conference (IPSI-4). The Secre... [ more ]

IPSI Newsletter, June 2013


Last Call for Abstracts:  IPSI-4 Poster Session The IPSI Secretariat and Fukui Prefectural Government will organize a two-day poster session during IPSI-4, parallel to the Assembly and Public Forum (13-14 September 2013). All IPSI members are ... [ more ]

IPSI Newsletter, May 2013


IPSI Welcomes Ten New Member Organizations During May 2013, the IPSI Steering Committee convened in Kathmandu, Nepal to consider, among other things, applications from organizations seeking to join IPSI. Ten new organizations from eight differe... [ more ]

IPSI Newsletter, April 2013


Public Seminar on Indicators for Resilience in SEPLS By: Dr. Kaoru Ichikawa (Research Fellow, United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies) Experts from Bioversity International and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) gave ... [ more ]

IPSI Newsletter, March 2013


IPSI Welcomes Six New Member Organizations from around the World In March 2013, the IPSI Steering Committee unanimously approved six membership applications, bringing the total number of IPSI members to 132. It is therefore a pleasure to welcome: ... [ more ]

IPSI Newsletter, February 2013


A Global Assessment Tool to Measure Ocean Health  By: Tina Lee (Ocean Health Index Coordinator, Conservation International) On 7 February 2013, Conservation International Japan and the Ocean Health Index team organized a Public Seminar at the Wo... [ more ]

IPSI Newsletter, January 2013


Working Together to Further Strengthen IPSI Message from Mr. Kazu Takemoto, Director of the IPSI Secretariat There were many exciting milestones for IPSI in 2012. The second and third IPSI Global Conferences were successfully held in Nairobi, Ken... [ more ]