Be part of the GLF Landscape Learning Pavilion at GLF Bonn 2018: join its workshops, or even run your own! You can meet people from different backgrounds and sectors, to share and learn from them.
Throughout 1-2 December, 12 highly interactive mini-workshops are waiting for you at the Pavilion. Fear not long monologues and power points, as these sessions are all about learning through engagement. You will learn from indigenous community members, farmers, authorities, entrepreneurs, investors, journalists and more, so you’ll have a world of views and knowledge within arm’s reach.
You’ll be spoiled with choice, with sessions featuring: landscape restoration and governance, multi-stakeholder dialogue, spatial data use, tools for forest landscape restoration, climate-smart landscapes, innovative food systems, cultural landscapes, how to assess learning needs, participatory landscape curriculum design and much more. So pop in!
The Learning Pavilion is a GLF initiative with CIFOR, UN Environment, Wageningen University, IUFRO, IUCN, ICIMOD, Open Forest, The Embassy of the Earth, Tropenbos International, World Bank, FOCALI, ITTO, FSC, CATIE, INBAR, APFNet, GPFLR, and many others.
Get the scoop on the GLF Landscape Academy launch! At the GLF Learning Pavilion, you’ll find out how to try its first three online courses and shape the learning experience through your feedback.