XV World Forestry Congress - Central African forests: can efficient monitoring catalyze evidence-based decision-making? Monday 2 may 2022 - SEOUL - 6 to 7:30pm

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The forests of Central Africa are amongst the last tropical forest carbon sink, and thus essential to achieve the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, in a region with very low incomes and high needs for economic diversification.

 

Join the discussion on how forest monitoring can both foster better understanding of what drives deforestation and degradation and inform policies and actions to enhance forest protection and foster sustainable management.

 

With :

  • S.E Lee White, Minister of Water, Forest, the Sea and Environment, Gabon
  • Tony Baumann, Forest Policy Advisor, Ministère fédéral allemand de la coopération économique et du développement (BMZ)
  • José Ilanga, Director General of Forests, Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Florence Palla, Coordinator of the support project to the Central African Forest Observatory
  • Rémi D'Annunzio, Forest Officer, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations

Facilitation: Estelle Fach, Secrétariat de l'Initaitive pour la Forêt de l'Afrique centrale (CAFI)

 

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