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Past events

Nov 20

Where Gender Meets Landscape

20-11-2017 - 20-11-2017

On November 20th 2017, some 40 developmental and environmental professionals came together in Oxfam Novib, The Hague, to explore the complementarity and potentially mutually-reinforcing characteristics of approaches which consider gender issues and landscape multi-functionality.

Sep 14

Seminar

14-09-2017 - 14-09-2017

Towards inclusive investment and business models for improved land governance and livelihoods. Are we on the right track?

Jul 4

Landscape Finance Knowledge Event

04-07-2017 - 05-07-2017

Location: Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam, 

Organisors: IUCN, Both ENDS, CDI/Beagle

The second landscape learning event was organised around the hot topic of landscape finance.

The preparatory team was composed of the following members: Joost van Montfoort, Jan Willem den Besten (IUCN) Nathalie van Haren, Paul Wolvekamp (Both ENDS), Cora van Oosten (CDI), André Brasser (Beagle-secretary).

Sep 17

Report Presentation & Discussion: A test of endurance - Addressing migration and security risks by means of landscape restoration in Africa

17-09-2018 - 17-09-2018

Date: September 17, 2018
Time: 14.30 - 17.00
Venue: Huys Clingendael, Clingendael Institute (Clingendael 7, The Hague)
Organiser: Clingendael Institute
Registration:  here

Note: It is not allowed to park your car in Parc Clingendael, but free parking is available in the neigbourhood, cf. https://www.clingendael.org/contact (click on directions)

For the African continent, the ability to manage trade-offs at a landscape scale has huge potential to influence the future of migration and conflict, as well as the future of land resources, food security and biodiversity. Integrated land management can act as an accelerator for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and can be considered an essential element of a sustainable strategy to address the root causes of irregular migration. A Marshall Plan for sub-Saharan Africa and the Sahel should therefore include the potential of landscape restoration approaches to achieve multiple wins, while taking into account its long-term effects and short- and medium-term risks.