Resilient landscapes to reduce fragility, conflict and migration GLF 2015

Watch this High-Level Discussion on the second day of the Global Landscapes Forum 2015, in Paris, France alongside COP21. Experts in landscape management explore how to position the landscape approach as a key tool for poverty reduction and for managing rural-to-urban migration, build a bridge between Latin America and Africa on sharing experiences of landscape interventions, and build partnerships with the private sector for sustainable landscapes.Moderators:Paola Agostini, Global Lead for Resilient Landscapes, World BankSean DeWitt, Director Global Restoration Initiative, World Resources InstituteSpeakers:Minister Edgar Gutierrez Espeleta, Minister of Environment and Energy, Costa RicaAdama Tondossama, Director General, Office of Parks and Reserves, Cote d’IvoireDjimé Adoum, Executive Secretary of the Permanent Interstates Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel (CILSS)Paula Caballero, Senior Director for Environment & Natural Resources Global Practice, World BankSilvia Calderón, Director, National Planning Department, ColombiaClaire Esbenshade, Corporate Responsibility Specialist, ArcelorMittal Antoinette Macumi, Adviser to the Minister of Water, Environment, Land and Urban Planning, BurundiStephen O’Brien, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsMarkus Repnik, Managing Director, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) Global MechanismPier Luigi Sigismondi, Chief Supply Chain Officer, UnileverSunday, 6 December 2015Global Landscapes Forum, Paris, France#GLFCOP21 #ThinkLandscapeFor more information go to: www.landscapes.orgWorld Bank, Program on Forests (PROFOR), TerrAfrica

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