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CIFOR Director General Peter Holmgren gave this presentation on 10 April 2013 at the UNFF side event in Istanbul, Turkey.

CIFOR Director General Peter Holmgren gave this presentation on 10 April 2013 at the UNFF side event in Istanbul, Turkey.

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  • 1.  Speakers:• Peter Holmgren, Director General CIFOR• Niels Elers Koch, President of IUFRO• Gillian Petrokofsky, Oxford University Interactive session:• What are the priority policy questions, according to YOU? Discussion
  • 2. VisionCIFOR vision:Forests on the agenda - Value of forests recognizedDecisions that influence forests and people supported by solidscience and principles of good governance
  • 3.  Sustainable landscapes: Forests are an integral part ofthe landscape and essential for livelihoods as well as long-term resilience and productivity of food systems. We mustbridge institutional boundaries and find integratedsolutions. Green growth: Policies for a green economy shouldgenerate sustainable forest products and services, ensuregood governance of natural resources, and reduce poverty.
  • 4. Evidence-based forestry Background to the EBF initiative Experience in other sectors Are we using evidence properly in forestry? Are we referring to evidence properly in forestry? Is forestry science reliable / relied on? How inform UNFF process (and other forest-related processes)?
  • 5. What is it all about?
  • 6. What is it NOT about? Does not provide the answers or solutions• The evidence-base (or lack of it) is one ingredient indecision-making Does not rely (only) on experts for prioritizingpolicy questions• Also experts have agendas to defend Does not replace policy processes• It is not a way to avoid taking responsibility for decisions
  • 7. What is the EBF collaboration? CIFOR, IUFRO, CATIE, CIRAD, ICRAF, University of Oxford• Have agreed to initiate the EBF collaboration• Drawing from examples of collaborations in other sectors• CIFOR leads initial phase, including capacity building Progress• Scoping, training, recruitment• Initial set of systematic reviews• Involvement of broader range of partners and stakeholders
  • 8. What next? This is a collaborative initiative. We expect the outputs of this initiative to behighly relevant to UNFF and others. We hope you will help bridge science and policy. We want you and your institutions to participate. We will start today with an interactive session.