Copy of UNCCD COP14 Side Event: Just Transformations for People-Centred LDN: creating an enabling environment for sustainable land management and ecosystem restoration
Sep
7
11:30 AM11:30

Copy of UNCCD COP14 Side Event: Just Transformations for People-Centred LDN: creating an enabling environment for sustainable land management and ecosystem restoration

  • India Expo Centre & Mart - Room MET-09 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Global Soil Week 2019 brought together farmers, policy makers, researchers and project implementors to explore the required conditions under which sustainable land management activities have a lasting impact. The GSW developed evidence-based strategies toward ‘Creating an Enabling Environment for Sustainable and Climate Resilient Agriculture’. In light of the increasingly urgent need for inclusive investments in SLM, join us to discuss key investment strategies to create an enabling environment in support of a land degradation neutral world.

CALL FOR EVIDENCE

In an effort to broaden the knowledge base that we have begun building with GSW2019, this event will launch a call for further evidence-based examples of creating an enabling environment for sustainable land management and ecosystem restoration. For more information visit www.globalsoilweek.org.

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Capacity building: A series of workshops are held by the Climate-SDGs Integration project to support organizations working on Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) initiatives nationally
Jun
1
to Jul 31

Capacity building: A series of workshops are held by the Climate-SDGs Integration project to support organizations working on Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) initiatives nationally

In Todos Santos, the workshops were supported by the Association of Organizations of the Cuchumatanes (ASOCUCH), with the participation of community groups. In Cobán, the workshops were supported by community cooperatives from the region, such as the Federation of Cooperatives of Verapaces (FEDECOVERA) and in Jocotán, the workshops were held with the Copán Chorti Association and local agricultural cooperatives.

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Global Soil Week 2019 Side Event: How to improve donor-funded projects to create a more enabling environment for upscaling Ecosystem-based Adaptation?
May
31
1:00 AM01:00

Global Soil Week 2019 Side Event: How to improve donor-funded projects to create a more enabling environment for upscaling Ecosystem-based Adaptation?

Following the Global Soil Week (GSW), the IKI funded Climate-SDGs Integration Project: Supporting the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda through ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) is organizing a side-event named: Lessons from the GSW: How to improve donor-funded projects to create a more enabling environment for upscaling Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA)?

To learn more about this event, please click here.

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Global Soil Week 2019: Creating an Enabling Environment for Sustainable and Climate Resilient Agriculture in Africa
May
27
to May 30

Global Soil Week 2019: Creating an Enabling Environment for Sustainable and Climate Resilient Agriculture in Africa

The Global Soil Week has been a platform for bringing together stakeholders and partners since 2012, both in Berlin and Nairobi. The Global Soil Week (GSW) 2019 will bring together governments, civil society organisations and different groups of land users who support and implement soil restoration and sustainable land management activities on the ground. Thematically, GSW 2019 will focus on ‘Creating an Enabling Environment forSustainable and Climate Resilient Agriculture in Africa’ and take place in Nairobi in May 2019.

More info on globalsoilweek.org

Side Events

Youth in Soil (YiS) Workshop

Prior to the Global Soil Week, the Youth in Soil (YiS) workshop will bring together young participants who have significant interest in contributing to the advancement of sustainable and climate resilient agriculture, as well as to promote information exchange (social media reporting) amongst the wider global community about the conference and the topics of discussion.

To learn more about this initiative, please click here.

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