Bright spots project final report - Comprehensive assessment

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English
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English
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‘Bright’ spots,(so-called) can be defined as individuals, small communities and households that have adopted innovative practices and strategies to reverse natural resource degradation in a sustainable manner whilst maintaining or enhancing food security. ‘Bright’ spots are potentially sustainable, and levels of natural resource capital are above ecological and economic thresholds. It is these ‘Bright’ spots that form the basis of this report. The report comprises a series of sections describing selected ‘Bright’ spot cases from different parts of the globe and a global assessment of the extent of ‘Bright’ spot is attempted using previously collected data sets and surveys conducted in the current study. Using survey data, the relevance of ten key drivers in the development of ‘Bright’ spots was assessed.
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2005100467
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Date of publication: 
November, 2014
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CD-ROM
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