GLF 2013 – Youth: The Future of Sustainable Landscapes (Part 2)

Youth: The Future of Sustainable Landscapes (Part 2) Official Youth Session UNFCCC COP19. Watch speeches and discussions that aim to bring together youth and those working with youth in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, conservation, development, industry and/or climate change to highlight issues and possible solutions in mobilizing youth to achieve a sustainable future. Missed the first part? Catch up here Moderator: Sithembile Ndema, FANRPAN Speakers: (Part 1) Tan Copsey, BBC Media Action Nadia Manning-Thomas — Linking development, youth and retail in an unconventional way Joseph Macharia — Luring youth back to farms: The power of social media Aliness Mumba — Building youth capacity for engagement in agriculture policy processes Karen Tuason — From landless to landowner: Collectively empowering young farmers (Part 2) Otim Joseph — Uganda’s untold success story: How a youth social forestry effort restored the post-war landscape Stephen Kibet — Kenya’s youth use mapping technology to combat soil erosion Izzy Lawrence — Barriers to action: Empowering youth to overcome challenges in landscapes sectors Amy Duchelle — Students and knowledge exchange with local stakeholders: Possibilities and preparation Location: The Old Library, University of Warsaw, Poland Date: 16 November 2013 Duration: 55:18 Key terms: Global Landscapes Forum, COP19, REDD+, CIFOR, UN, climate change, YPARD, CCAFS, CGIAR, GFAR, CTA, FANRPAN Global Landscapes Forum, 16-17 November 2013, Warsaw. #GLFCOP19 For more information go to