6 December 2015, Hall Maillot, Palais des Congrès, Paris, France
Immense benefits for climate change objectives can be derived from forest and landscape restoration. However, for putting landscape-based restoration into practice, a better understanding of the challenges, opportunities and impacts on human livelihoods involved is needed.
This panel discussion aims at enhancing the understanding – among professionals and decision-makers - of the complex mix of aspects and factors to be taken into account for a successful implementation of forest and landscape restoration and management.
Panelists will share best practices on landscape governance and restoration activities on the ground, as well as land-use trade-offs, benefit-sharing mechanisms (e.g. payments for environmental services or REDD+), equity, mitigation and adaptation. The session also intends to foster partnerships for knowledge management and capacity building to support improved multiple benefits from forest landscape restoration in the tropics.
Projects Manager, Forest Management Division