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Side Event #2439

Status: SCHEDULED

Date Thursday
2018.07.05 @ 18:15
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Room Room A, 1st Floor
IGOs
Capacity: 35 people
Conference SBSTTA-22 / SBI-02
Meetings(s)
Title Can a landscape approach bridge livelihood, science, and conservation? The Satoyama Initiative and the science-policy interface
Hosts
UNU-IAS | MOEJ | Ghana National Biodiversity Committee | IPSI |
Topics
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity
Partnerships and initiatives to enhance cooperation
Ecosystem Approach and Restoration
Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA)
Aichi Biodiversity Targets
 

 

This side event will focus on landscape approaches – as conceived under the Satoyama Initiative – as they relate to the CBD’s ongoing work toward and beyond the end of the UN Decade on Biodiversity 2011-2020, and the future global framework for biodiversity post-2020. The particular focus of this event will be the “science-policy interface”, a topic that has been raised many times in recent discussions as important for future CBD processes, and the relationship between work under the Satoyama Initiative and IPBES, to which IPSI has been providing increasing contributions. Experts will discuss the usefulness of landscape approaches to CBD goals and processes including the Aichi Targets and IPBES, present recent developments in IPSI’s work, and provide updates and opinions on future planning including CBD plans for post-2020.

The Satoyama Initiative was established to contribute to biodiversity conservation during the Decade and beyond by, among others, providing a platform to bridge conservation, science, and on-the-ground practitioners under the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative (IPSI), and has been recognized by CBD COP as “a potentially useful tool…for the benefit of biodiversity and human well-being” since 2010.

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