Presentations

No one left behind: Landscape governance in Latin America and the Caribbean

22 Jul 2019

These are slides from a GLF Bonn 2019 presentation on landscape governance in Latin America and the Caribbean, hosted by the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) and Agricultural Research for Development (CIRAD). Speakers at this session addressed the link between rights and participative landscape governance, and roles key stakeholders play in transformative […]

Presentation by Martha Tax

10 Jul 2019

Martha Julia Tax is Maya Kiche, descendent of the Maya people of Guatemala, is an environmental engineer and specialist on the management of protected areas and development of sustainable tourism. She gave the following presentation at the Global Landscapes Forum in Bonn during the session, No One Left Behind: Landscape governance in Latin America and […]

Landscape Governance – Right to Place

10 Jul 2019

The presentation discusses the landscape governance framework as one of “sense of place” and “making places” applied to the cases of Kenya’s South Rift (Maasai) and Misamis Bukidnon (Higaonon, the Philippines). An elaborated concept of the framework was published in October 2019 in Land Use Policy: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2019.05.039

Jellyfish and boxfish landscapes – what can we learn for integrated landscape approaches at scale?

10 Jul 2019

Presented by Dr. Christopher Martius at Bonn 2019, June 23, during the Interactive Session ‘Can we walk the talk? Why landscape approaches struggle to grow – and how to give them a boost.’ The session explored the strong evidence that integrated approaches to landscape management deliver a multitude of economic, livelihoods and environmental benefits. However, […]

Securing Rights, Securing Landscapes: Presentation by The Tenure Facility

10 Jul 2019

The Tenure Facility delivered this presentation at the Global Landscapes Forum in Bonn at the Securing Rights, Securing Landscapes: Boosting the impacts session. This session involved an interactive panel discussion that focused on how best to scale up recognition of land rights across the developing world. Other topics included early lessons from the Tenure Facility’s […]

On the concept of hydrologic space

25 Dec 2017

On the concept of hydrologic space. Presentation by David Ellison at “‘Rainfall recycling’ as a landscape function: Connecting SDGs 6, 13 and 15” Discussion Forum on the first day of the Global Landscapes Forum Bonn 2017.

What forests can do for water and climate

25 Dec 2017

Discover the crucial role that forestry plays in continuously refreshing and sustaining water resources in the some of the richest biodiverse landscapes in the world. The presentation was given at “‘Rainfall recycling’ as a landscape function: Connecting SDGs 6, 13 and 15” Discussion Forum on the first day of the Global Landscapes Forum Bonn 2017.

Rainfall Recycling as a landscape function: Connecting SDGs 6,13 and 15

25 Dec 2017

Rainfall Recycling as a landscape function: Connecting SDGs 6,13 and 15. Presented at “‘Rainfall recycling’ as a landscape function: Connecting SDGs 6, 13 and 15” Discussion Forum on the first day of the Global Landscapes Forum Bonn 2017.