Rights for sustainability : community-led practices on people-powered consumption and production.Material type: TextQuezon City: IBON International 2020Description: xii, 183 pages ; 28 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789719657200Subject(s): Sustainable development | Sustainable development -- Philippines | Sustainable development -- KenyaLOC classification: HC 460 | R54 2020Online resources: Click here to access online
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This document has been produced with the financial contribution by the Swedish International Development Co-operation Agency (SIDA) through the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC). The views herein shall not necessarily be taken to reflect the official opinion of SSNC or its donors.
Kenya -- Introduction-- Asserting the right to ancestral lands, reclaiming stewardship of the forest: the Ogiek people -- Restoring the health of the soil, community, and environment: friends of Katuk Odeyo’s Rito Aluora -- Assessing the possibility of diffusion of the community-based PP-SCP practices -- Green energy, uprooted people: effects of the Olkaria geothermal projects on the Maasai -- Synthesis and Conclusion -- References.
Philippines -- Introduction -- Bungkalan: a struggle for rights and sustainability -- In the name of Balitok: the case of Itogon’s indigenous pocket miners -- Demolishing the Lumad dream: the case of Lumad bakwit schools -- Assessing the potential for diffusion of PP-SCP practices -- Exclusive Sustainability? New Clark City: displacing the poor, sustaining the rich -- Synthesis and conclusion -- References.
Advancing SCP through different platforms: opportunities and challenges -- Scoping of platforms for civil society engagement on SCP -- General observations on current platforms available to CSOs to advance SCP -- Annexes -- References.