Countries in the Asia-Pacific region have made tremendous progress over recent decades in growing their economies, but at serious costs to biodiversity and ecosystem services. The region has entered a development context that is increasingly influenced by resource constraints and growing risks. Through solution-oriented multidisciplinary research, the Natural Resources and Ecosystem Services team aims to guide policies and practices that support human development through the integrated management of natural resources. NRE research is framed by an understanding that sustainable and equitable management of natural resources requires robust governance structures, enhanced accountability and coordinated sustainability approaches across all policy levels.
The guardians of Ecuador’s dry forest: A story of community resilienceBiodiversity and Resilience Indicators: Communities managing production landscapes and seascapes
・Empowering Women to Mitigate Climate Change: Gender-responsive Approaches ・Mainstreaming Gender into Climate Mitigation Actions in Nine Steps
・Overcoming Floods in the Philippines: A story of climate change adaptation and mitigation ・Participatory Watershed Land-Use Management Approach: Interfacing science, policy and participation
Science-Policy Dialogues on the Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Southeast Asia & Northeast Asia
Role of information platform for integrated lake basin management (ILBM) in Asia: Lessons and pathways for SDGs Workshop at the World Lake Conference 2018 Ibaraki
The Satoyama Development Mechanism (SDM) is one of the collaborative activities of the International Partnership for Satoyama Initiative (IPSI), established jointly by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), the United Nations Unive
IGES began participation, as an Assessment Partner, in the "New York Declaration on Forests”. In this role, IGES will contribute to the evaluation of progress on the Declaration, based on the Institute’s expertise in forest conservation.