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2000

Land Use Change Analysis as an Approach for Investigating Biodiversity Loss and Land

Multi Pays (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda

Titre : Land Use Change Analysis as an Approach for Investigating Biodiversity Loss and Land

Pays : Regional (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda)

Approval Date November 30, 2000

Executing Agency : International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
Implementing Agency : UNEP - United Nations Environment Programme

Description
The project will analyze new and existing data concerning the linkages between the processes of change in biodiversity, land degradation and land use in order to design a guide on how to use land use change analysis to identify spatial and temporal trends, and linkages of change in biodiversity and land degradation ; integrate ecological, socioeconmomic and land use data and theory to develop a replicable analytical framework to identify the root causes of land use change leading to changes in biodiversity and land degradation in East Africa.

Financement
GEF Grant : 0.796 US$m
Cofin Amount : 0.646 US$m
Project Cost : 1.442 US$m

GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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