The Knowledge from Land Learning Network aims to bring together Sustainable Land Management (SLM) experts and practitioners to share experiences and connect with colleagues worldwide on land degradation issues. At its core, it contains a well-established knowledge database which provides users with a common repository in which to see and acccess the wealth of scientific information that exists on SLM and land degradation issues. Users are encouraged to continually enhance this knowledge database through their own contributions. The database is searchable to facilitate the identification, extraction and synthesis of scientific knowledge. The database can be found through the Virtual Resources Centre.
Knowledge from Land also provides online interactive tools to facilitate discussions, and the sharing, creation and collaboration of work by individuals and groups. Users can participate in groups and discussion forums and can collaborate on wiki documents in the Communities of Practice.
The Knowledge from Land Learning Network is open to the public; however, should you wish to contribute to the database or participate in the Communities of Practice, you must be a registered user of the Learning Network. Registration is easy and only takes a few minutes; click here to register.
The Knowledge from Land Learning Network is a product of the GEF-funded “KM:Land” initative, executed by the United Nations University’s Institute for Water, Environment and Health. Learn more about KM:Land…»