Since its inception in the late 1990s, the MAP initiative – a trinational effort to accelerate sustainable forest and land use in the Peruvian, Brazilian and Bolivian Amazon – has been building an evidence base for the effectiveness of transboundary cooperation in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). With a special focus on SDGs 13 (Climate Action) and 4 (Quality Education), this session will present key insights and learnings from across the initiative’s 22-year history.
Vera ReisExecutive Director
Irving Foster BrownScientist
Woodwell Climate Research Center
Guillermo Rioja BalliviánAnthropologist
Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México
Edgar Cáceres Gallegos
George Luiz Pereira SantosCoronel do Corpo de Bombeiros Militar do Estado do Acre
Yara Araújo Pereira de PaulaBiologist
University of Florida
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