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March 2021

Puzzle pieces or poker chips? What people bring to the table in “multistakeholder” processes

March 12 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Online United Kingdom
Free

Photo: Harold Palacios - Participants in participatory prospective scenario workshop in Loreto, Perú BOOK HERE for this online seminar followed by Q&A - all welcome. NB - all times given in UK time. Speaker:  Dr Anne Larson, CIFOR-ICRAF There is nothing particularly new about the idea of supporting participatory processes to address conservation, sustainable development or climate initiatives. But there is a new risk, as the need for “transformational change” pulls in two directions. On the one hand, addressing land…

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Integrating the evidence for a terrestrial carbon sink caused by increasing atmospheric CO2

March 19 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Online United Kingdom
Free

Image: Victor Leshyk (Twitter: @victorleshyk ) BOOK HERE for this online seminar followed by Q&A - all welcome. NB - all times given in UK time. Speaker:  Dr Anthony Walker, Oak Ridge National Laboratory CO2-stimulation of the terrestrial carbon sink is a global-scale ecosystem service that is buying us time in the fight against climate change. But what is the magnitude of this effect, and how will it change into the future? These major questions in global ecology have stimulated…

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OCTF online seminar with Prof Dr Hans ter Steege

March 26 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Online United Kingdom
Free

BOOK HERE for this online seminar followed by Q&A - all welcome. NB - all times given in UK time. Speaker:  Prof Dr Hans ter Steege, Naturalis With over 5.5 million km2, the Amazon is one of the largest natural ecosystems in our world. The area hosts vast diversity and is also a large carbon store. Recent work showed that while 16,000 species of trees may inhabit the area, just 227 (1.4%) of them contribute 50% of all individuals. Over…

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