AGENDA

  • Saturday, 1 December 2018
  • 18:00-19:30

Complementary approaches and finance streams sustain and restore landscapes over the long-term

New York

The talk will have a strong community focus and will include learning around how to
support women, girls and vulnerable groups to find their voice in decisions around natural
resource management and particularly with respect to growing their role in the administration of Payment for Ecosystem Service funds in historically patriarchal societies.

The talk will have a strong focus on restoration and financing sustainable landscapes,
more specifically it will explore:
1.How restoration can integrate multiple goals (e.g. ecosystem resilience, development, climate protection, adaptation)
2. How private-sector led restoration is employing monitoring approaches to measure success in landscape restoration (Eddy covariance, camera traps, and peat
monitoring systems (hydrology and peat subsidence).
3. Compare and contrast (a) company-led and (b) community-led initiatives

This talk will discuss how FFI and partners have been achieving this by working at different scales, exploring a variety of financing models and technical approaches, from more private-sector led efforts to those that are very much community-designed and led.

Host: Dorothea Pio, Fauna & Flora International

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Organizations are welcome and encourage to host and facilitate side meeting before and during the GLF event, and then bring their results and recommendations to the Forum. A GLF secretariat will be on hand to identify and reserve appropriate Bonn venues. Webinars, engaging social media campaigns, competitions and pre-event discussions will generate momentum and interest in key issue areas to ensure that the GLF accelerates long-term action for sustainable landscapes.

The GLF will have a small secretariat in Bonn, Germany to coordinate all of the above, operated by CIFOR.