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Water stress and human mobility a Wetlands international side event

By Max Behringer Wetlands are tremendously important ecosystems that occur throughout all climate zones. They are hotspots of biodiversity and home to highly adapted organism like mangrove trees and carnivorous plants. Wetlands include ecosystems like mangroves, peatlands, deltas, floodplains etc.. To maintain these ecosystems water flows need to be managed sustainable to avoid widespread ecosystem

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UNFF 13 delegation part 2

Meet the remaining 6 delegates representing IFSA at the 13th session of UNFF: Alberto Tordesillas Alberto is a first-year Master of Environmental Management student and  as a “La Caixa” scholar at Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Alberto is originally from Spain and holds a double BSc in Agricultural and Forestry Engineering from Technical

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Does money go to trees? Assessing finance flows to maximize the impact of REDD+

Successful implementation of REDD+ depends on sufficient finance. Speakers in this event explored REDD+ finance flows from donor to recipient countries, identifying where they do and do not go, analyzing what this means for the progress of REDD+, and drawing conclusions for further action. This event organized by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR),

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Non-Party Stakeholders: A Conflict of Interest?

‘Actors who are trying to burn down the table should not sit around it’ – Corporate Accountability International   A controversial buzz is ringing throughout the SB48 negotiations. Non-Party stakeholders are getting more and more influence and are able to openly express their views and stories, particularly through the Talanoa Dialogue movement. Talanoa Dialogue was

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Agroecology and cities: Energy efficiency and sustainable development systems

A Part of the IFSA Delegation attended a side event called ‘Agroecology and cities. Energy efficiency and sustainable development systems’, held by COBASE, a research and planning organisation based in Rome, Italy.  The Event started with the technical aspect of renewable electrical cities and the principle of bioeconomy, which will provide better adapted cities. The

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