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Mesoamerican Landscapes Dialogue

Jul. 02, 2018 - Jul. 06, 2018

Regional knowledge-sharing initiative among leaders of integrated landscape management in Mesoamerica
Those working to achieve sustainable development, food security, watershed management, forest restoration, biodiversity conservation, and climate resilience in Mesoamerica, please join Landscapes for People, Food and Nature in this powerful multi-day learning and sharing event.

Leaders from farmer, community and indigenous organizations, local governments, businesses, NGOs and other stakeholders across Mesoamerica are working together through integrated landscape management to achieve multiple goals from their land and resources. If you are one of those people, the Mesoamerican Landscapes Dialogue is designed for you.

The Mesoamerican Landscapes Dialogue will gather the diverse communities of practice in sustainable landscapes at the beautiful campus of CATIE in Turrialba, Costa Rica to learn together through:

  • Exchanging experiences and knowledge: Meet with other actors working towards the same goals
  • Mobilizing finance: Open doors to sources of high-level funding for coordinated public, private and civic investments in the region
  • Increasing impact: Drive action and collective impact; boost impact from the community level towards the landscape; organize different actors to work together
  • Forming strategic alliances: connect local initiatives with large-scale initiatives; encourage collaboration between organizations; form public-private alliances