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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    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

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    Kalemani Jo Mulongoy: Secretariat of CBD

    Duration: 1.25 --- 12/07/2011

    The partnership with IPSI

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    Kazuhiko Takeuchi: Vice Rector, United Nations University

    Duration: 2.09 --- 12/07/2011

    The results of the IPSI Global Conference and partnerships between the developed and developing world

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    Tsunao Watanabe: Ministry of the Environment, Japan

    Duration: 3.28 --- 12/07/2011

    The growth and future of IPSI

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    Pablo Eyzaguirre: Bioversity International

    Duration: 2.40 --- 12/07/2011

    The integrative role of IPSI in biodiversity conservation efforts

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    Jocelyn Carino: TEBTEBBA

    Duration: 1.16 --- 12/07/2011

    The contributions to sustainability that indigenous peoples and traditional knowledge offer through IPSI

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    Yoko Watanabe: Global Environmental Facility

    Duration: 1.32 --- 12/07/2011

    The importance of biodiversity and sustainable use, and the benefits of joining the Satoyama Initiative

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    Krishna Chandra Paudel: Ministry of Forests and Soil Conservation, Nepal

    Duration: 1.08 --- 12/07/2011

    Study and restoration and future conservation of satoyama-type regions

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    Marthe Mapangou: Ministry of Environment, Ghabon

    Duration: 5.58 --- 12/07/2011

    The relationship between the people and environment in Gabon, and opportunities for partnering within IPSI

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    Maurizio Farhan Ferrari: Forest Peoples Programme

    Duration: 3.51 --- 12/07/2011

    The importance of implementation of biodiversity initiatives in rural areas with local community involvement

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    Dr. Senka Barudanovic: University of Sarajevo

    Duration: 3.17 --- 12/07/2011

    The benefits of and possibilities for partnering with IPSI

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    Lou Yiping: International Network for Bamboo and Rattan

    Duration: 1.02 --- 12/07/2011

    The opportunities for cooperation on transnational models of conservation

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    Yasushi Hibi: Conservation International

    Duration: 2.37 --- 11/07/2011

    The potential of the integrative approach to both land use and protection promoted by IPSI

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    Nature’s bounty and inheriting wisdom

    Duration: 14.10 --- 23/08/2010

    Modern and traditional practices work hand in hand for sustainable farming

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    The Forbidden forests of the Dayak, Borneo, Indonesia

    Duration: 9.05 --- 31/05/2010

    As rapid development rolls in, a village tries to secure a sustainable forest-friendly future

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    The Satoyama Initiative

    Duration: 7.15 --- 11/05/2010

    The video illustrates the importance of Satoyama Initiative and its concept.