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Side Event #2367


Date Monday
2017.12.11 @ 13:15
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Room JUSCANZ Meeting Room
Capacity: 110 people
Conference SBSTTA-21 / WG8J-10
Twenty-first meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice
Title Integrated Landscape Management in the UN Decade of Biodiversity 2010-2020 and Beyond: Achievements and Future Direction of the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative (IPSI)
UNU-IAS | MOEJ | Ghana National Biodiversity Committee | MFSC |
Partnerships and initiatives to enhance cooperation
Aichi Biodiversity Targets


Integrated landscape management approaches for biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of natural resources have gained more attention and have begun to enter the mainstream in various processes in recent years. Experience has shown that these approaches can contribute to many of the Aichi Targets while sustaining livelihoods and well-being. As considerations for CBD planning beyond 2020 are already beginning, this side event aims to examine how contributions and lessons learned from landscape approaches can feed into the CBD’s future plans and more broadly towards achieving the SDGs and addressing climate change.


In particular, the event will focus on developments under the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative (IPSI), which was launched during CBD COP 10 as a mechanism to facilitate activities to realize “societies in harmony with nature” through integrated landscape approaches. IPSI has facilitated many community-based efforts toward revitalization and sustainable management of production landscapes and seascapes around the world with positive effects for resilience, and its membership has now grown to 220 organizations including a number of CBD Parties. This event will be targeted toward Parties who are IPSI members or those who want to know more, as well as anyone interested in integrated landscape approaches.

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