Feb 20

CPF Conference: Working across Sectors to Halt Deforestation

20-02-2018 - 22-02-2018

The international conference Working across Sectors to Halt Deforestation and Increase Forest Area – from Aspiration to Action, organized by the Collaborative Partnership on Forests, will bring together a wide range of stakeholders to discuss the challenges of halting and reversing deforestation. The conference will take place on 20-22 February 2018, at the FAO Headquarters in Rome, Italy.

Apr 2

WCDI Landscape Governance 2018 Course

02-04-2018 - 13-04-2018

This course challenges forest and nature management professionals to adopt an integrative perspective, to look beyond the forest, and build bridges between the public and the private sector. In this course we focus on the development of institutional development at landscape level including multistakeholder platforms and networks, and financial support mechanisms to guide landscape dynamics on the ground. This course is a co-production of CDI, CIFOR and ICRAF, all having vast experience in landscape and society related research.

Past events

Sep 6


06-09-2017 - 16-09-2017
Location: Ordos International Convention and Exhibition Center, Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China
Jun 19

Workshop: Promoting the Role of Natural Regeneration in Large-scale Forest and Landscape Restoration

19-06-2017 - 21-06-2017

Challenges and Opportunities & Consultation to Operationalize Regional Strategy and Action Plan for Forest and Landscape Restoration in Asia-Pacific

Jun 6

IUFRO Conference: Synthesising and Sharing Globally Available Forest-related Scientific Knowledge (San Juan, Puerto Rico)

06-06-2017 - 09-06-2017

This international conference focuses on FLR under global change and is a contribution to the implementation of the Bonn Challenge. 

Apr 3

CDI Landscape Governance Course

03-04-2017 - 14-04-2017

Are you working in forestry, and want to develop a more integrated perspective on multifunctional land use? Or are you working in agriculture, and want to enhance the sustainability of  your activities? Or are you working on spatial planning, struggling with land use conflicts and trying to find a good way out?