The objective of the webinar series is to provide a forum to gain insight and knowledge about ecological restoration and to provide opportunities for networking and direct engagement.
Meeting once per month, a different speaker will give a presentation on their work, related to ecological restoration.
You can register once for all recurring monthly sessions. We will have the recording of each session available after each session for those the dates and time are not ideal.
Previous session videos and presentations can be found on the Ecosystem Restoration: Global Initiatives in Science and Practice Webinar Series webpage here: https://www.iucn.org/commissions/commission-ecosystem-management/resources/webinars/ecosystem-restoration-webinars
You can also find the complete Series YouTube Playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLy4Yp_6qh0uEz_oq53_UhEDLHUZNPljRU
Upcoming 2021 Sessions:
Integrating bioenergy and landscape restoration – lessons from Indonesia
Himlal Baral, Senior Scientist, CIFOR-ICRAF
Innovative mechanisms for financing restoration: crossing government, trusts & foundations and private sector
Jonty Knox and Hazel Thornton, UN Environment World Conservation
Need Restoration be Multilingual?
Robert Kenward, CEM Sustainable Use and Ecosystem Management Thematic Group Lead
Defining "Restorative Activities" - SER Global Forum follow up
Cara Nelson and Brock Blevins, Co-Leads, IUCN CEM Ecosystem Restoration Thematic Group
UN Decade Plan
Cara Nelson, Co-Lead, IUCN CEM Ecosystem Restoration Thematic
September 17 TBD
Ensuring cultural practices are included in restoration agendas
Pamela McElwee, Professor, Rutgers University and Thematic Group lead for Cultural Practices and Ecosystem Management, IUCN CEM
CEM Specialist Group: Dryland Experts
Graciela Metternicht, Co-lead, IUCN-CEM Dryland Experts Specialist Group
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