Join the World Bank at a session on ‘Seeing the Forest for the Trees: How a Sustainable Landscape Approach Can Help‘
Monday Sept. 7, 19:45 – 21:00
Dinner will be served
Landscape approach refers to taking both a geographical and socio-economic approach to managing land, water and forest resources that form the foundation for meeting the goals of food security and inclusive green growth.
It is about connecting protected areas, forest, woodlands, agro-silvo-pastoral lands, croplands, irrigated agricultural lands for the multiple wins of: Increased productivity, Increased adaptation, Increased GHG mitigation, Improved biodiversity, Increased water production, Increased peace and security.
With a landscape approach… the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Practice Manager, Environment and Natural Resources Global Practice
Environment and Natural Resources Global Practice
Forestry and Poverty
Head of Programme Development, Programme Implementation and Coordination Directorate
The NEPAD Resilient Landscapes Initiative
Harrison S. Karnwea
Forestry Development Authority
Liberia’s Landscape Approach
Iván Darío Valencia
Advisor at the Office of International Affairs, Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development
Amazon Vision and BioCarbon Program for the Orinoquia region
Natural reserves of South Burundi, National Institute for the Environment and Conservation of Nature
Burundi Sustainable Coffee Landscapes
Alejandrino Díaz Rossi
Technical Coordinator Paraguay Biodiversity Project
Conservation of Biodiversity and Sustainable Land Management in the Atlantic Forest of the Eastern Paraguay
Research priorities on the Landscape Approach