Review of Methodologies for Land Degradation Neutrality Baselines: Sub-National case studies from Costa Rica and Namibia
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Aynekulu, E., Lohbeck, M., Nijbroek, R., Ordoñez, J.C., Turner, K.G., Vågen, T. and Winowiecki, L. 2017. Review of methodologies for land degradation neutrality baselines: Sub-national case studies from Costa Rica and Namibia. Nairobi, Kenya. url: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/80563. 57p.
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The objective of this report is to identify entry points and challenges for subnational LDN baselines in order to inform subnational planning processes as potential vehicle for the implementation of LDN targets on the ground. For this purpose two focus regions were chosen within two of the countries – namely Namibia and Costa Rica – that participated in the first LDN pilot phase. The focus areas in Namibia and Costa Rica are the regions of Otjozondjupa and Rio Jesus Maria watershed respectively. Both Namibia and Costa Rica provide interesting case studies given the differences in types of land degradation, national capacities, and land resources.
Investors/sponsorsDeutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit; International Institute for Sustainability Studies
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