Integrated landscape management

How to Invest in Integrated Landscape Management to Achieve the SDGs

Tuesday 14 July 2015, H 15:30-18:00, Intercontinental Hotel, Meeting Room 3, Addis Ababa

Abstract
Without integration and coordination, finance for sustainable development will miss the mark

Integrated Landscape Management (ILM) offers a promising means of implementation of the SDGs.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will provide a comprehensive framework for action on a variety of objectives related to sustainable land use. However, the number of Goals raises the specter of increasing competition for financial resources, conflicts among Goals, capacity constraints, and potential over-exploitation of natural resources and ecosystems that underpin many of the Goals. Integrated Landscape Management (ILM)—an approach in which a group of stakeholders in a given landscape collaborate to achieve landscape scale outcomes that are critical for each of the individual stakeholders—offers a promising means of implementation of the SDGs.

The programme of the event and some additional background information are available here

Organisers

Landscape for People, Food and Nature Initiative, EcoAgriculture Partners, Millennium Institute, Biovision Foundation, International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)

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