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Presentations

Putting a halt on climate change: Stories from forests and wetlands

23 May 2019

Presented by Anggrita Cahyaningtyas and Natasha Elkington at Kyoto Media Workshop

Protecting mangroves, supporting biodiversity, people and world’s climate

23 May 2019

Presented by Daniel Murdiyarso at Kyoto Media Workshop

Coffee production in Vietnam: aligning interests towards sustainability

23 May 2019

Presented by Emelyne Cheney, Regional Coordinator Forests & Climate Change, UN Environment Asia Pacific at Kyoto Media Workshop 12 May 2019

Sustainability of livelihood, food security and climate resilience in Africa

14 May 2019

Presented by Chieko Umetsu, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University at Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019

Agroecological restoration of agrolandscapes for resilience

14 May 2019

Presented by Miguel A Altieri, University of California, Berkeley at Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019

Climate & Energy Policy in Japan

14 May 2019

Presented by Takako Momoi at Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019

Massive Expansion in Forest Biomass Energy a Threat to Forests and their People

14 May 2019

Presented by Peg Putt, at Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019

Incorporating Forest-related Measures into Governance for SDGs

14 May 2019

Presented by Kanako Morita, Ph.D., UNU-IAS/FFPRI at Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019

Forest, forestry and forest products and SDGs: Comprehensive research and development

14 May 2019

Presented by Haruo Sawada, Ph. D, President, Forest Research and Management Organization (FRMO) at Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019

Sustainable supply and consumption: from forests to markets

14 May 2019

Presented by Gerhard Dieterle, ITTO, at Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019