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Governance for Peace over Natural Resources | Sudan Vision

This report sets out some potential building blocks for reforming and rebuilding environmental governance in Sudan, drawing lessons from international environmental governance frameworks and from the experiences of other African nations, for example: processes to establish international environmental governance; how they have combined customary and statutory mechanisms for natural resource management; and how they have addressed issues of land tenure in peace processes.

The review is intended as a resource for all environmental and peacebuilding stakeholders: policy-makers, practitioners, researchers and members of civil society; so that access to natural resources can be managed peacefully in the future rather than becoming a fault-line for violent conflict.


Environmental governance at the global level has much to inform environmental governance at the national and local levels, both in its content and in the process of establishing principles and binding agreements.

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