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Join us for the next Landscape Dialogue convened by FAO and EcoAgriculture Partners to gain insights from distinguished speakers as they discuss and share their vision for how integrated landscape approaches could guide major initiatives pursuing post-2020 biodiversity goals. Originally scheduled to follow the 15th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 15) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) (now scheduled for May 2021 in Kunming, China), this dialogue aims to set the stage for a sprint over the next decade to reverse global biodiversity decline.

During the Roundtable, Midori Paxton, UNDP Head of Ecosystems and Biodiversity, will give a keynote presentation on translating biodiversity goals into practical action in landscapes. Distinguished panelists will respond to the presentation and share their own thoughts and ideas on achieving biodiversity goals.

Ecoagriculture Partners and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) invite everyone working to advance integrated landscape management to join this Dialogue.
About the Series

The Landscape Dialogue is part of an on-going series of discussions focusing on climate change, agriculture and landscapes. Ecoagriculture Partners and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Liaison Office for North America have jointly organized the series since 2009.

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