The role of forests and trees in providing multiple goods and services that contribute to the resilience and adaptive capacity of people and ecosystems has not yet gotten the attention it deserves in climate policy and action. In this session, FAO and CIFOR-ICRAF will invite diverse and intergenerational perspectives to highlight recent concrete examples of adaptation and resilience in the face of unprecedented climate change events, making strong connections to human and ecosystem health. Speakers will highlight the role of forests and trees as part of the solution to building resilient societies and a transformative economy of care for people and nature.
- FAO Framework Methodology for Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments of Forests and Forest Dependent People
- Addressing forestry and agroforestry in National Adaptation Plans (fao.org)
- Adapting land restoration to a changing climate: Embracing the knowns and unknowns – CIFOR Knowledge
- At the intersection of inequities: Lessons learned from CIFOR’s work on gender and climate change adaptation in West Africa – CIFOR Knowledge
Houria Djoudi – Pecha Kucha Style Night – GLF 2015 (watch here)
Adapting to a changing climate with forests and agroforestry – CIFOR Forests News