CIFOR at CBD COP13

UN Biodiversity Conference

4-17 December, Cancun, Mexico
12 December 2016 | 1.15 pm | Marie Khan Women's Caucus Meeting Room, Sunrise Building, 2nd floor

Improving the evidence base on the effectiveness of forest conservation and rural livelihood initiatives in delivering social and ecological benefits


Flyer:   Invitation to CI IIED side event Dec 12, 2016 – English 1.47Mb

 


Panelists:

Amy Duchelle, CIFOR
Presentation:
"Evaluating the impacts of REDD+ interventions on forests and people"

Celia Harvey, Conservation International
Presentation:
"Why do we need to improve the evidence base on the ecological impacts of conservation and sustainable development initiatives?"

William Dunbar, UNU-IAS
Presentation:
"The 'GEF-Satoyama Project' and indicators of resilience in socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes"

Dilys Roe, IIED
Presentation:
"A review of the evidence for the conservation efectiveness of alternative livelihoods project"

Tokihenintsoa Andrianjohaninarivo, CI
Presentation:
"Can small-scale livelihood projects deliver both conservation and livelihood outcomes? A case study from Madagascar"

Phil Franks, IIED
Presentation:
"Understanding the social impacts of protected areas: A community perspective"

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