Tenure and Natural Resource Management

This film explains ways that land tenure and property rights contribute to the sustainable management and conservation of natural resources at the community and country level. It identifies natural resource benefits that accrue when individuals and communities have strong property rights and names strategies that are used to increase tenure security and improve management of natural resources.

Strategic Objective
Training, Sustainable Landscapes, Land Tenure, Adaptation

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