ELAN case studies: good practices
ELAN collects, selects, and disseminates peer-reviewed case studies on good practices in integrating ecosystem and rights-based principles into people-centered adaptation policies, plans and programmes. Unsuccessful projects or “bad” practices are also of interest if they provide good lessons for future applications. Case studies are used for learning, knowledge exchange, and training purposes. Case studies are collected through different channels.
ELAN can financially support organizations to implement specific learning activities under ongoing ecosystems and livelihoods adaptation projects, in cases where these are considered highly valuable in terms of knowledge generation. Supported projects will be required to have an applied research component in order to evaluate and strengthen existing practice, and will also be required to disseminate findings and experiences through the ELAN website.
Contact us if you wish to share a good (or bad) practice.
- Using the Maya nut tree to increase tropical agroecosystem resilience to climate change in Central America and Mexico