[t]he essence of sustainability is about reconnecting man's relationship to nature. This paper proposes the creation of a practical international mechanism for creating collaborative partnerships between stakeholders such as scientists, NGOs, foundations, local authorities, and the business community. The proposed mechanism Nature Resilience would initiate and organise tailor-made ecological restoration partnerships between companies and stakeholder groups, wherein the explicit goal would be the restoration of millions of hectares of ecosystems in cooperation with local people, farmers and NGOs, in a way that conforms to international established guidelines.
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Monday, November 19, 2012
International Union for the Conservation of Nature Report Released: Nature Resilience: Organising Ecological Restoration by Partners in Business for Next Generations
This month, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) released a report titled, Nature Resilience: Organising Ecological Restoration by Partners in Business for Next Generations. The 98-page report available here, as a downloadable pdf, discusses
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