Biodiversity and ecosystems satoyama initiative may 10, 2010. International partnership for the satoyama initiative. The satoyama initiative recognize of the potential inherent in satoyama. A peoples perspective from citizens of suzu city, japan article pdf available january 2014 with 296 reads. The decline of agriculture, forestry and fisheries has had negative impacts on the sustainable use of satoyama and satoumi landscapes. Jan 30, 2009 satoyama is a word that describes the farming landscape near the hills and mountains in japan, where water is abundant and farmers for a long time have maintained the soil for rice and vegetables. Socioecological production landscapes and seascapes sepls are dynamic mosaics of habitats and.
Firstly, the advent of chemical fertilizers, electricity, oil and gas meant that satoyama became less important as a source of fuelwood, charcoal and organic fertilizer. Strategy for the international partnership for the satoyama. Satoyama satoyama initiative international initiative. Dec 20, 2009 interview with jeff mcneely, iucn chief scientist, on satoyama and similar landscapes and the satoyama initiative. Oct 01, 2016 the satoyama initiative is a global effort, first proposed jointly by the united nations university and the ministry of the environment of japan moej, to realize societies in harmony with nature and contribute to biodiversity conservation through the revitalization and sustainable management of socioecological production landscapes and seascapes sepls. The global environment facility small grants programme of the united nations development programmeundp in nepal invites project proposals from local ngos and community based organizationscbos for the community development and knowledge management for the satoyama initiative comdeks in west makawanpur. Satoyama is a japanese term applied to the border zone or area between mountain foothills and arable flat land. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. Madagascar and indian ocean islands biodiversity hot spot and tropical andes biodiversity hot spot. Notos satoyama and satoumi library notos satoyama and.
Satoyamasatoumi ecosystems and human wellbeing presents the findings of the japan satoyama satoumi assessment jssa, a study of the interaction between humans and ecosystems in japan. Strategy for the international partnership for the. This page was last edited on 6 january 2019, at 01. Tony simons, director general of the world agroforestry centre icraf told delegates that land ownership was an important missing link for fostering the desired green economy. The function of satoyama declined in the decades following ww2 as a result of technological, demographic and socioeconomic factors. The impacts of satoyama initiative hku faculty of social. Ecosystembased disaster risk reduction in japan a handbook for practitioners pdf 10. The satoyama initiative is the one to aim at natural symbiosis society by collecting and analyzing use cases and social systems of sustainable natural resources in secondary natural areas exist in. The activities will build on and enhance the ongoing activities of the international partnership for the satoyama initiative ipsi. Managing biodiversity in the landscape nik sekhran, principal technical adviser. Literally, sato means village, and yama means hill or mountain.
May 11, 2010 the satoyama initiative is the one to aim at natural symbiosis society by collecting and analyzing use cases and social systems of sustainable natural resources in secondary natural areas exist in. Satoyama api facilitates the collection of data from sensors attached to. International satoyama initiative institute for the. However, satoyama and satoumi landscapes are now facing a crisis. Untreated urban waste contaminates indian river sediments. The paris declaration on the satoyama initiative calls for creation of an international partnership may 2010 paris declaration submitted to cbd sbstta14 as an info document october 2010 ipsi launched at a cbd cop 10 side event in nagoya recognition of the satoyama initiative and ipsi by cbd cop 10 20102017. Perspective of satoyama initiative 2 sustainable resource use according to environmental capacity and natural resilience deterioration of water and soil by overuse exhaustion of water resources in rivers affection on agricultural land fragmentation of habitats risks of extinction of wild animals 3 years after trimming. Finding food is really important, but during the rut, finding the travel routes is also important because the bucks will follow those, sniffing out does. Satoyama is a japanese term for landscapes that comprise a mosaic of different ecosystems which include forests, agricultural lands, grassland irrigation ponds and human settlements aimed at.
The impacts of satoyama initiative for promoting revitalization and sustainable management of sepls around the world akiko tabata. Environmental, economic and social sustainability in the landscape. The international partnership for the satoyama initiative ipsi consists of more than 170 member organizations from various sectors and from the grassroots to the international level that share an awareness of the issues and are active around the world. Environmental, economic and social sustainability in the. In june 2011, notos satoyama and satoumi which expands across noto peninsula, along with sados satoyama in harmony with the crested ibisof sado city in nigata, was designated as giahs globally important agricultural heritage systems by the food and agriculture organization of the united nations fao, the first from japan. In such societies, human communities develop and maintain socioeconomic. Sample size indicates number of reads for 16s rrna gene. Practices for the sustainable use and management of natural resources. Satoyama is a word that describes the farming landscape near the hills and mountains in japan, where water is abundant and farmers for a long time.
Heat map showing the top 42 bacterial genera in the river sediment samples. The paris declaration on the satoyama initiative was adopted, which summarized benefits and outlines of the initiative, and what to note in. Rarefaction curves for diversity analysis of individual samples. Synergy between mab and the satoyama initiative william dunbar united nations university institute for. Rebuilding the relationship between people and nature. Designation of notos satoyama and satoumi as giahs notos. During the last decades, widespread use of fossil fuel and chemical fertilizer has led to undermanagement of satoyamas secondary forests. The initiative promotes integration of conservation and the sustainable use of biodiversity in production landscapes, outside of protected areas. The first written reference to satoyama dates back to 1759. History of ipsi the international partnership for the satoyama initiative ipsi was established on 19 october 2010, during the 10th conference of the parties to the convention on biological diversity cbd cop 10 held in nagoya, aichi, japan. In june 2011, notos satoyama and satoumi which expands across noto peninsula, along with sados satoyama in harmony with the crested ibis of sado city in nigata, was designated as giahs globally important agricultural heritage systems by the food and agriculture organization of the united nations fao, the first from japan. For many japanese, satoyama represents the ideal of coexistence between humans and nature. The international satoyama initiative isi project works to promote the satoyama initiative, a global effort to realise societies in harmony with nature through the revitalization and sustainable management of socioecological production landscapes and seascapes sepls for biodiversity and human wellbeing.
Satoyama satoyama initiative international initiative prince. Download fulltext pdf download fulltext pdf the origin and meaning of satoyama. Sustainable use of satoyamasatoumi landscapes and regional. Overuse of the satoyama, as occurred during the edo and early meiji periods, as well as underuse as seen in the wake of the fuel and. The satoyama initiative is a global initiative based on the concept of satoyama, a traditional rural landscape in japan. Satoyama have been developed through centuries of small scale agricultural and forestry use. A border zone or area between mountain foothills and arable flat land in japan. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the creative commons cc0 license. Aug 14, 2010 the satoyama landscape is a traditional japanese rural landuse system that represents a balanced relationship between human beings and nature, thereby sustaining a variety of ecosystem services, including the diversity of secondary natural environments. The satoyama initiative a vision of harmony the satoyama initiative was started through a joint collaboration between the ministry of the environment of japan moej and the united nations university institute for the advanced study of sustainability unuias with the vision of realizing societies in harmony with nature. Pdf indigenous agricultural development for sustainability. It is commonly described as secondary woodlands and grasslands adjunct to small villages, and is the scene of rich biological diversity. Global biodiversity strategy office ministry of the environment, japan.301 1331 128 1571 315 997 1340 717 772 1157 570 368 1270 124 35 772 1506 545 433 716 1464 201 1328 353 573 1338 968