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Authors: Goldberg, K., van der Werff ten Bosch, M.J., and Oettlé, N.

 

Networking, communication and media tools can be used to advocate for sustainable land use in the drylands.

 

This presentation gives examples of

  • internal communication
  • website
  • newsletters
  • other publications/written material
  • radio outreach
  • marches and rallies
  • press conferences
  • face to face exchange

that have been used in the Drynet project.

 

 

 
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