The talk will feature an initiative to bring to bring together the governance of forests and water in a case where there has been a gap at the community level. Bringing together users of forests and water in a participatory planning process contributes to setting resource management and restoration priorities. It also creates buy-in from the community, who are the beneficiaries of the resources, and in doing so, they are able to set and work towards landscape restoration.
In the months preceding the GLF, participating organizations and individuals will connect, share, learn and act around five themes:
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