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Restoring Nature
Delivering a Just Approach to Conservation (live stream)
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query_builder 10:30 - 12:00 | Event time (GMT+1)
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mic English
Delivering a Just Approach to Conservation (live stream)
Format: Interactive Panel and Q&A

Reviewing different mechanisms and opportunities for supporting ecosystem restoration considering sustainability, equity and fairness
There is no doubt about the need for greater protection and restoration of nature, and global recognition and commitment to act is encouraging. Several policy commitments and measures dominate solutions to the loss of biodiversity and ecosystems, including the commitment to protect 30% of the area of land and water by 2030, major tree-planting campaigns and the promotion of nature-based solutions to climate change. These solutions share a common critique that they fail to adequately recognise the experience, knowledge and rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities. This panel reflects on this critique and puts forward informed solutions that are more effective, sustainable and fair.
  Chair: Professor Alice Roberts Anatomist, Author and Broadcaster
  Pooven Moodley Executive Director, Natural Justice, South Africa
  Dilys Roe Principal Researcher, International Institute for Environment and Development
  Akshay Vishwanath Portfolio Manager, East Africa, Maliasili
Oral Presentaiton Jackson Kenya Njoka A biodiversity conservation protocol: an integrated community-based model
  Q&A Session  
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