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Natural Resource Management

Objectives

  • To recognize and emphasize integration at different levels such as spatial, sectoral, community stakeholders, actors and facilitating intermediaries and policy decision makers.
  • To mainstream integrated NRM as a way to support the poor and enhance sustainable livelihood opportunities.
  • To raise awareness about the significance of relationships between natural resource trends, rural economy trends and resource governance trends.

Approaches

  • Develop a better understanding of poverty and natural resource management linkages.
  • Integration in all investments, donor participation for pro-poor planning and a systems approach.
  • Enhancing people’s participation and synergies, community mobilization, access of the poor.
  • Increasing services, support, investment, market access and micro-macro linkages.
  • Eco-specific participatory pilot projects demonstrating interaction, synergies and enhancement of efficiency and      livelihoods.
  • Enhancing public-private partnerships at national and local levels through materials development, advocacy, training of government officials.
  • Enhancing capacity of catalysts and connectors (change agents and key institutions).

Outcomes

  • Inclusion of the needs of all sections of communities in policy making, particularly the vulnerable.
  • Integration of several dimensions of different institutes frameworks to achieve a new institutional paradigm where the lives of the most vulnerable are connected to the natural resources.
  • To achieve harmony of investments made by government, donor or private sector so that it can be used most effectively to ensure sustainable development.

Projects

  • Management of Aquatic Ecosystem through Community Husbandry (Mach-I)
  • Participatory Rural Appraisal for LGED
  • SEMP: Community Based Natural Resource Management in the Madhumati Floodplain
  • Management of Aquatic Ecosystem through Community Husbandry (Mach-II)
  • MACH-Pollution-II ISMP
  • Cap Net
  • CHARM - Chittagong Hill Tracks

Publications

  • Natural Resource Management Towards Better Integration
  • Plant Resources of Haors and Floodplains, An Overview


Key Personnel: MD. Golam Rabbani, Mr. M. A. Mahmood, Belayet Hossain

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Nobel Peace Prize in 2007
Dr. Atiq Rahman is a well recognized global leader in sustainable development. He was a lead author of the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report, which received Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. He was a recipient of this Noble Peace Prize with other scientists.
Champions of Earth
Dr Atiq Rahman has been awarded the UN Highest Award for Environment 'Champions of the Earth 2008'. This award recognizes the extraordinary leadership and his contribution to environmental issues, sustainable development and climate change.
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"Bangladesh National Environment Award - 2008" Dr. Atiq Rahman, Executive Director of BCAS, received the Award from the Government of Bangladesh for Environmental Research and Technology Innovation.
 
 
 
 
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