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Together we can achieve sustainable management of tropical forestlands for the benefit of people, conservation and sustainable development.More information
Over the past six years, conversations on sustainable forest management activities focused on transforming the way the international community addresses poverty, food insecurity, climate change and biodiversity loss have coalesced into the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) movement.
The Essential Ecosystem Area (KEE) Orangutan Corridor in Sungai Putri - Gunung Tarak - Gunung Palung Landscape in Indonesia will be jointly managed by nine instances including governmental and non-governmental institutions, and oil and mining concessions. The joint management aims at the protection, preservation and sustainable use of the KEE.
During the Global Landscape Forum (GLF) Bonn 2018 the Inclusive Finance and Business Engagement Pavilion took place. The pavilion hosted interactive workshops, discussions, and networking events on several key theme as barriers to scaling investment in smallholders and SMFEs; opportunities and challenges for certification and standards in landscapes; and tools and modalities for cultivating sustainable enterprises within landscapes.
The TBI network has members in Indonesia, Vietnam, Ghana, DR Congo, Suriname, Colombia and the Netherlands. The members share a common vision and mission, as well as a common focus and approach, while tailoring their efforts to the specific local context