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Title: Implementation of Eco-industrial Park Initiative for Sustainable Industrial Zones in Vietnam

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Title: Towards Ecosystem Management of the Humboldt Current Large Marine Ecosystem

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Title: Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Baikal Basin Transboundary Ecosystem

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Title: Sustainable Fuelwood Management in Nigeria

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Title: Conservation of Biodiversity and Sustainable Land Management in the Soda Saline-alkaline Wetlands Agro Pastoral Landscapes in the Western Area of the Jilin Province

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Title: PRC/GEF Partnership on Land Degradation in Dryland Ecosystems: Project I-Capacity Building to Combat Land Degradation

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Title: ABNJ Oceans Finance Facility to Finance Effective Management and Transitional Reform of Oceanic Fisheries

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Title: Strengthening National Biodiversity and Forest Carbon Stock Conservation through Landscape-based Collaborative Management of Cambodia’s Protected Area System as Demonstrated in the Mondulkiri Conservation Landscape (CAMPAS Project)

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Title: Fifth Operational Phase of the GEF Small Grants Programme

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Optimizing the global environmental benefits of transport biofuels

 This report identifies and evaluates necessary conditions for the GEF's support of biofuel projects, and provides recommendations to the GEF Partnership. It outlines a strategic framework for supporting the supply of sustainable biofuels at scales that are significant to the global climate. It reconciles energy and food security challenges with local developmental needs and aspirations. Finally, it evaluates the growing controversy surrounding the sustainable production of biofuels and land-use competition. Overall, the GEF could help reduce the risks and costs for biofuel production, promote a faster transition to commercial viability, develop the market and regulatory conditions for promoting sustainable biofuel technologies and enable the positive development of biofuels as a climate mitigation option.   DOWNLOAD

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