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Supporting Community Conservation

Local communities’ unique conservation practices need policy support in Georgia, says new global report

Local communities’ unique conservation practices need policy support in Georgia, says new global report

Rural communities in Georgia practice a wide range of forest and biodiversity conservation techniques, which have great potential to provide sustainable livelihoods and protect the environment. This has been highlighted in a new report [1], released as part of the global Community Conservation Resilience Initiative (CCRI). The CCRI involves a large number of local communities and facilitating organisations, and is spearheaded by the Global Forest Coalition [2]. Since 2014, the initiative carried out participatory assessments in 68 communities in 22 …

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