Despite the massive economic crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, global GHG emissions continue almost unabated. The objective to “build back better” requires a better economic model respecting the planetary boundaries and involving a circular bio-economy with sustainable management of forested landscapes.
Diverse landscapes provide a multitude of bioproducts that provide food, animal feed, timber, fuels and many other products that, properly managed, could help reducing dependence on fossil fuels and building better livelihoods while sustaining productive landscapes.
This workshop was organized to give our partners an update about the latest developments of the program and to reveal the opportunity to give feedback. It created a platform to exchange different perspectives and ideas on the topic and served to identify further opportunities for practical collaboration in this program.