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17 January 2019 the Netherlands

Making connections: New funding opens dialogue on landscape approach efforts

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.

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08 January 2019 Indonesia

Joint management of the Essential Ecosystem Area Orangutan Corridor in West Kalimantan, Indonesia will guarantee protection, preservation and sustainable use of the area

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.

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28 November 2018 the Netherlands

Inclusive Finance and Business Engagement Pavilion at GLF 2018

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.

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28 November 2018 the Netherlands

Geography of landscape governance

During the GLF Landscape Learning Pavilion at GLF Bonn 2018 , Tropenbos International and NTFP Philippines will organise a session on the role of Multi-Stakeholder Landscape Dialogue (MSLD) in landscape governance and how it can stimulate the sustainable and inclusive management of the resources in the landscape.

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22 November 2018 Ghana

Civil Society Organisations in Ghana can play a crucial role in the implementation of the Cocoa and Forest Initiative

Civil Society Organisation in Ghana have over the years acquired a vast array of expertise in diverse fields including forestry and monitoring which can be tapped into by the Cocoa and Forests Initiative in its quest to address the role of cocoa cultivation in forest degradation and deforestation.

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20 November 2018 the Netherlands

Let’s talk about governance: A participatory approach to assessing landscape governance

From local to global and from production to conservation; in any given landscape we find many functions and interests. For sustainable landscapes it is key to understand how these interests are balanced in rules and decision-making processes, and how this influences the behaviour of actors in the landscape. During the GLF (1-2 December, 2018) we held a Landscape Talk on a tool to asses landscape governance and our experiences with its application in the Philippines.

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