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For social and economic development to thrive, natural resources such as soil and forests must be managed carefully so that biodiversity and a healthy environment are preserved in the long term. This is what Sustainable Development Goal 15 – Life on land – aims to achieve. It also includes a pledge to combat desertification and halt and reverse soil degradation. In this context, multi-stakeholder partnerships can provide key impetus.

The multi-stakeholder platform Grow Asia brings together farmers, governments, the private sector and non-governmental organisations in South-East Asia. Its aim is to reconcile efforts to increase productivity and profitability with the need for sustainable land management. This makes the MAP Grow Asia, presented in this factsheet, a good example of how MSPs can make valuable contributions to achieving SDG 15.

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