Biodigester Toilets for Sanitation and Energy Solutions
The goal is to create an ecosystem conducive to the sustainable production,
distribution and outreach of biodigester toilets, to address the lack
of sanitation and provide households with a cost-effective form of energy.
Since 2009, the 'Tugeda Tude fo Tumoro' project has worked to engage women and men from 50 communities across five Solomon Island provinces impacted by logging, to contribute towards more inclusive and environmentally sustainable communities.
Kratie Province in Cambodia is prone to a range of natural
resource challenges, yet its residents
have low knowledge regarding preparation and adaptation. This project has
introduced an integrated approach to
Live & Learn Environmental Education is a non-profit, non-government organisation which promotes greater understanding and action toward human and environmental sustainability through education and dialogue building.
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Community based Payment for Ecosystem Services and REDD+
The first pilot Nakau Programme projects have been implemented in Fiji, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.