International Symposium on Forest & Landscape Restoration
The Shilla Seoul, Yeong Bin Gwan, Topaz hall, Seoul, Republic Of Korea.
There is a growing awareness of the importance of forest in terms of climate change, biodiversity and combating desertification, and a strong potential for coherence among countries on that. The symposium will provide a forum for showcasing successful evidence of Korea’s restoration initiatives taking place at the country level, as well as for discussions on the role of regional and international platforms in drawing attention to such projects.
World Conference Center, Bonn, Germany.
Human well-being depends on sustainable landscapes. Safe and plentiful food, health benefits, livelihoods and income, trade and economic opportunities, renewable…
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
In partnership with the University of Copenhagen and the University of East Anglia, the 4th Annual FLARE meeting will be held at the University of Copenhagen, October 17-20, 2018.
Collaborative Research Center 900: EFFort (Ecological and Socioeconomic Function of Tropical Lowland Rainforest Transformation Systems)
This is the first International Symposium focusing on the full complexity of changes associated with the transformation of tropical lowland…
1201 Eye St. NW, 12th Floor Conference Center, Washington DC, United States.
This policy seminar will discuss recent developments in research and policy on the commons, with particular attention to tenure and governance.