3 edition of IUCN resource kit for sustainability assessment found in the catalog.
IUCN resource kit for sustainability assessment
|Statement||based on the work of the IUCN/IDRC Sustainability Assessment Team ; complied and written by Irene Guijt and Alex Moiseev with Robert Prescott-Allen.|
|Contributions||Guijt, Irene., Moiseev, Alex., Prescott-Allen, Robert, 1942-, IUCN/IDRC Sustainability Assessment Team., IUCN--The World Conservation Union., International Development Research Centre (Canada), IUCN Monitoring and Evaluation Initiative.|
|LC Classifications||HD75.6 .G85 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
|LC Control Number||2002375056|
ment with the ‘Egg of Sustainability’, originally designed in by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, IUCN (cf. Guijt & Moiseev ). The Egg of Sustainability illus-trates the relationship between people and ecosystem as one circle inside another, like the yolk of an egg. In ecology, sustainability (from sustain and ability) is the property of biological systems to remain diverse and productive indefinitely. Long-lived and healthy wetlands and forests are examples of sustainable biological systems. In more general terms, sustainability is the endurance of systems and processes.
The book is Robert B. Gibson, et al., Sustainability assessment: criteria and process (Earthscan ). The essentials are summarized in an academic paper: Robert B. Gibson, "Sustainability assessment: basic components of a practical approach," Impact Assessment and . Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment Recommendations and further research Chapter Regional assessment of waste flow ecogy‐syner in food production: using compost and polluted ground water in Mediterranean horticulture crops
Guijt I, Moiseer A () Resource Kit for sustainability assessment. IUCN Monitoring and Evaluation Initiative, Gland Google Scholar International Resource Panel () Assessing global resource use. IS SUSTAINABILITY ACHIEVABLE? Robert Nasi 17 ASSESSMENT OF TREE SPECIES DIVERSITY IN NARSINGDI DISTRICT, BANGLADESH Md. Danesh Miah and M. K. Hossain 41 Assessment, Conservation and Sustainable Use of Forest Biodiversity. VIII .
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Get this from a library. IUCN resource kit for sustainability assessment. [Irene Guijt; Alex Moiseev; Robert Prescott-Allen; IUCN/IDRC Sustainability Assessment Team.; IUCN--The World Conservation Union.; International Development Research Centre (Canada); IUCN Monitoring and Evaluation Initiative.].
sustainability assessment work in IUCN, to have seen it develop and spread into practice over the past eight years, and perhaps most importantly to have worked with such fine, committed professionals.
The Resource Kit was ably edited by Peter Hulm who, as a result of editing the final version of the Kit, knows more about sustainability assessment than he ever imagined he would. Photo: IUCN / Corbett Nash Stories behind SUSTAIN.
SUMMARY: IUCN is leading the Sustainability and Inclusion Strategy for Growth Corridors in Africa (SUSTAIN-Africa), which applies the landscape approach to support climate-resilient, inclusive green growth in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT) and the Zambezi Valley Development Corridor of Mozambique.
IUCN resource kit for sustainable assessment: Author(s) Guijt, I.M.; Moiseev, A.; Prescott-Allen, R.; IUCN / IDRC Sustainability Assessment Team, Source: Gland, Switzerland: IUCN-The World Conservation Union - ISBN - p. Department(s) Communication Science MGS: Publication type: Book aimed at a professional audience.
IUCN actively engaged in the negotiations since the Rio+20 Conference to ensure that the Agenda would promote sustainable development in all its dimensions: a true integration of the environmental, social and economic aspects.
Sustainability Assessment method The Wellbeing of Forests: IUCN This paper presents a set of measures, organized according to IUCN’s Sustainability Assessment method, based on forest themes and concerns.
The paper is intended to 1 Sustainability Assessment Resource Kit,pp.B Sustainability Assessment is a comprehensive compilation of all the known policy factors related to sustainability.
This book outlines all of the elements and considerations of community aspects of policy evaluation in an effort to reduce the future consequences on resources and environmental : Paperback.
Framework for assessing and improving law for sustainability. Complete Title: Framework for assessing and improving law for sustainability: a legal component of a natural resource governance framework. IUCN Publication. through empirical assessment and analysis.
The framework it presents is a versatile tool for researchers to structure. A toolbox created by members of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Ecosystems team. Primarily, it is a set of tools suitable for calculating the metrics required for conducting assessments of ecosystems against the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Categories and Criteria.
Sustainability A-Z Resource Directory This Sustainability Directory is a key resource hub connecting fashion designers, companies, and students with more than.
Sustainability assessment is now emerging as a more transparent, comprehensive, integrated and far-sighted approach to decision making. Its basic demand is that all significant undertakings must make a positive contribution to sustainability. Robert B. Gibson is professor of environment and resource studies at the University of Waterloo in Reviews: 2.
Sustainability Assessment is a comprehensive compilation of all the known policy factors related to sustainability.
This book outlines all of the elements and considerations of community aspects of policy evaluation in an effort to reduce the future consequences on resources and environmental sustainability.
Introduction. The concept of sustainable development (SD) has been an important focal point for the decision makers in the industry.
As per the Brundtland report the sustainable development as “development that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” ().There are number of sustainability assessment.
Introduction. The concept “sustainable development” lacks mutually accepted definition (Murray et al.,p.
76).Bell and Morse () and Tsaur and Wang () argue that the origin of the term sustainability was closely associated with maintenance of environmental quality.
As noted in the work of Vehbi (), sustainability as a concept stands for “long term economic. The resource kit aims to share information and experiences on participatory methods in order to support the adoption of participatory approaches in development projects and studies.
The materials included in the kit have been selected to provide the core essential information about the different methods and applications, with the primary focus. What are the main sustainability assessment tools. QEconomic – cost/benefit analysis, modelling, regressions, scenarios QEnvironmental – life-cycle analysis, material flows, resource accounting, NAMEA, ecological footprint QSocial – sustainable livelihoods, human and social capital measurement.
“The Child Survival Sustainability Assessment (CSSA): For a shared sustainability evaluation methodology in Child Survival interventions” is the result of the CORE–CSTS Sustainability Initiative. The design and results of this study are examined in the background document for this.
Gerald Berger: Sustainability Impact Assessment Impact Assessment Approaches Forms of IA: ¾Not one widely accepted approach ¾Starting in s, IAs used as regulatory policy appraisal Æ Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) ¾Different forms of sectoral IAs have developed: Business IA, Social IA, or Health IA ¾Variety of methods is used: CBA, multi-criteria analysis, macro- and micro-economic.
Sustainability assessment: What does it mean and is it really happening. Dr Jenny Pope Integral Sustainability, Australia School of Environmental Sciences and Development North West University (Potchefstroom campus), South Africa Adjunct Research Fellow, Curtin University Sustainability Policy Unit, Western Australia.
is the new face of the World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA), a joint initiative between IUCN and UNEP-WCMC. Its humble beginnings started 30 years ago as a basic global list of national parks and has evolved into the only global, spatially referenced information source on parks and protected areas.Sustainability and Resource Assessment.
ISBN EPA//R/ June Sustainability and Resource Assessment A Case Study of Soil Resources in the United States by Dana L. Hoag and Jennie S. Hughes Popp Professor and Research Associate, Respectively.Environment and Resource Studies, University of Waterloo, Canada [email protected] Received 31 January Revised 13 July Accepted 12 August Sustainability is an essentially integrative concept.
It seems reasonable, then, to design sustainability assessment as an essentially integrative process and framework for decision.