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(REF FO23) Nature based solutions: the mythbuster session. Convened by ICRAF - Shared screen with speaker view
Fergus Sinclair
36:42
This will make sense after I have talked - but including a link here to UNFSS side event tomorrow on the Million Voices citizen science to support agroecological transitions happening tomorrow https://bit.ly/MillionVoicesEvent
Patrick Worms
48:50
Please ask your questions here: we’ll have time for them after each speaker!
Claudia Estrella Prieto Mulattieri
01:08:22
buen dia, desde Rivera - Uruguay, saludos a todos
Patrick Worms
01:18:32
Nicolette’s “Defending Beef”: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22180823-defending-beef?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=TJ6EaP2iPt&rank=1
Patrick Worms
01:19:00
Fred’s “A Trillion Trees”: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/58817755-a-trillion-trees?ref=nav_sb_ss_2_16
Patrick Worms
01:22:20
Agroforestry in Europe alone could add +/- 30 billion trees: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dd0-pugx92iEzlsa3CwtmqN57NIEu-5Sr_reaoFXtJg/edit#heading=h.3z7ojzeci5ug
JEMR Oyun
01:28:28
Dear Mr. Meine, Thank you very much for your very interesting presentation. Can you put your presentation for download?
Meine
01:32:15
The presentationprovides some references and links -- please spread it... meine
Fergus Sinclair
01:32:53
On Kenya devolution of forest authority - check this out http://blog.worldagroforestry.org/index.php/2015/07/31/she-who-makes-the-rules-wins/
JEMR Oyun
01:43:25
Thank you very much Mr. Meine. If rain is matter of location, is it only because of physical conditions? Is there any other mythical explanation for instance difference between blue and green “live” water (in other words down and up waters)?
Meine
01:46:32
Good question -- there have been many views on rainmakers in different cultures, cloudseeding as a military strategy is at the other extreme...
JEMR Oyun
01:48:32
I mean no military, but spiritual/mythical things
Lorraine
02:21:13
There are many nature-positive approaches that are proven and working for many years--they tend to be underfunded as no one makes money but the smallholders. I volunteer with the Inga Foundation (all-Honduran team regenerating nearly 3000 acres of highly degraded land with 330 families)...simple, low-cost, debt-free, organic agroforestry--for the humid tropics. Glad to chat and thanks for all the great info.www.ingatree.org
Karen Mahon
02:28:22
Thank you all, agree solutions will come from diverse areas and hopefully collaboration will be to the fore..