Equitable access to and benefit from natural resources has the potential to conserve precious resources while lifting vulnerable populations out of poverty. This will require pro-poor and inclusive policies, plans, and programs that identify, validate, and address the specific needs of women and vulnerable groups.
GRI helps women and marginalized groups access, manage and derive equitable benefits from natural resource-based livelihoods. Our team of natural resource managers, rural economists, conservationists, property lawyers, water engineers, and utility pricing specialists have worked on five continents to secure public services and natural resources for women and men from every walk of life.
GRI offers the following services within this practice area: