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Webinar | 06 August 2014
Enabling forests to score
sustain...
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Agenda
Welcome and Housekeeping
Presentation: Embedding forests in the SDGs
Simon Milledge, IIED
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06 August 2014
Objective
How can the SDG framework best
enable forests to contribute towards
diverse goal areas?...
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Existing frameworks
Sustainable forest management
Sustainable landscape management
Locally contro...
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Categories of enabler
• Social justice within secure forest
stewardship arrangements
• Fair, acce...
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SDG ‘forest module’
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Missing Issues
• Transformative change
• Individual and collective rights, forest and farm produ...
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Enabling forests to score sustainable development goals

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This is a presentation by International Institute for Environment and Development principal researcher Simon Milledge for a webinar that focused on the contribution that forests can make to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

With forests and landscapes with trees such an important part of a number of different SDG, IIED recommends working towards a transformative 'forest module'.

The modular approach improves on the more limited current focus on sustainable forest management, deforestation and reforestation targets. It makes explicit the diversity of targets needing inclusion and resolution in order to create an enabling environment that would yield much greater sustainable development outcomes for forests, landscapes and livelihoods.

As the negotiation phase nears, our assessment of the UN Open Working Group’s zero draft finds a strong set of goals and targets, but containing several potentially serious trade-offs and missing issues.

The webinar took place on Wednesday, 6 August.

More details: http://bit.ly/XVLWeh.

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Enabling forests to score sustainable development goals

  1. 1. 1 Webinar 06 August 2014Author name Date Webinar 06 August 2014 Webinar | 06 August 2014 Enabling forests to score sustainable development goals How to interact • Interact at any time during the presentation using the Share button to agree, disagree, laugh, applaud or give instructions to the presenter. • At any time, make comment in the Chat bar, visible to all participants. • During discussions, ask a question in the Q&A bar, only seen by the hosts. • Please note this session will be recorded to ensure accurate reporting. Comment on Twitter @IIED #post2015 #SDGs
  2. 2. 2 Webinar 06 August 2014 Agenda Welcome and Housekeeping Presentation: Embedding forests in the SDGs Simon Milledge, IIED Interactive moderated discussion
  3. 3. 3 Webinar 06 August 2014 Objective How can the SDG framework best enable forests to contribute towards diverse goal areas? Identifying critical elements of the existing framework for retention, as well as missing issues and trade-offs that need stronger consideration.
  4. 4. 4 Webinar 06 August 2014 Existing frameworks Sustainable forest management Sustainable landscape management Locally controlled forestry Forests in green economy
  5. 5. 5 Webinar 06 August 2014 Categories of enabler • Social justice within secure forest stewardship arrangements • Fair, accessible and responsible market systems • Organisational capabilities to manage multi-functional landscapes • Incentives and practical metrics
  6. 6. 6 Webinar 06 August 2014 SDG ‘forest module’
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  10. 10. 10 Webinar 06 August 2014 Missing Issues • Transformative change • Individual and collective rights, forest and farm producer organisation, land use planning, watershed restoration • Universal scope • Food systems, locally controlled forestry and small scale enterprises, biomass energy • Addressing integration • Indicator development and existing frameworks
  11. 11. 11 Webinar 06 August 2014 Thank you for taking part www.iied.org http://www.iied.org/sign-up

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