Description

Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI) partner the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is inviting to a discussion session on how forest monitoring can catalyze change on the ground by informing policy-making and enabling better forest management.

During the event, a newly produced FAO Working Paper #16: “Better data, better decisions – towards impactful forest monitoring” will be launched.

Agenda

  • TED talk exploring the link between forest monitoring and problem solving to open the webinar (Till Neeff, FAO)
  • Panel discussion with
    • Paulo Moutinho, IPAM, Brazil
    • Aurélie Shapiro, WWF
    • Horline Njike, Epse Bilogue Mvogo, Juriste Environnementaliste, Cameroon
    • Christoph Kleinn, Göttingen University, Germany
  • Questions and answer with the audience

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