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Agroforestry – A way to address many needs! by Håkan Wirten, CEO WWF Sweden

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Presented as part of the workshop: Can Agroforestry Address Food Security Concerns under a Changing Climate?

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Agroforestry – A way to address many needs! by Håkan Wirten, CEO WWF Sweden

  1. 1. Agroforestry – A way to address many needs! Håkan Wirtén, CEO, WWF Sweden © Peter Roberntz
  2. 2. Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF
  3. 3. Footprint By 2020, humanity’s global footprint falls below its 2000 level and continues its downward trend, specifically in the areas of: • energy/carbon footprint; • commodities (crops, meat, fish and wood) footprint; • water footprint. By 2050, humanity’s global footprint stays within the Earth’s capacity to sustain life and the natural resources of our planet are shared equitably. Biodiversity By 2020, biodiversity is protected and well managed in the world’s most outstanding natural places. By 2050, the integrity of the most outstanding natural places on earth is conserved, contributing to a more secure and sustainable future for all Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF WWFs metagoals 2020 & 2050
  4. 4. Ygdrasil – Tree of life….… • The tree that was the universe according to Nordic mythologi • Ask & Embla – the first humans • Tree of life in every farm garden • Trees still important in our culture
  5. 5. ”A savannahlike grazing landscape”
  6. 6. Eastern escarpments of lake Vättern – Agroforestry Landscape in Sweden
  7. 7. Project Semi Natural Grassland
  8. 8. Naturvårdens utmaningar • Naturvården – 2x jord-bruket – 12% landet • Deltagande förvaltning • Traditionell kunskap nödvändig för förvalt-ningen • Värna, vårda, visa • Breddad natursyn
  9. 9. Humans have for thousands of years lived in forest and © Peter Roberntz agriculture dynamic systems Forest grazing – Sweden beginning of 19th century Shifting cultivation in Miombo forest – Zambia, 20124
  10. 10. We often perceive clear divide between forests and agriculture land Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF
  11. 11. WWF Forests Vision A world enriched by resilient forest ecosystems - valued for their contribution to human welfare and sustaining life on earth. © Zig Koch / WWF
  12. 12. We often forget that millions of people live and depend on forests
  13. 13. Kenya forest cover 1963; 11.6 %, today 1.7%
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  15. 15. © WWF-Canada / Frank Parhizgar
  16. 16. http://www.wwf.be/_media/Brochure_WWF_Makala_ENG_V4_199047.pdf http://newgenerationplantations.org/multimedia/file/f693ac73-7a22-11e3-92fa-005056986313/ Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF © Jabruson © Hicham Daoudi / WWF-CARPO EcoMakala The WWF Virunga reforestation, energy & agroforestry project
  17. 17. Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF http://www.forestrynepal.org/project/2926 http://www.wwfnepal.org/?55960/Sagarmatha-Community-Agro-forestry-Project-SCAFP © Elizabeth Kemf / WWF-Canon The WWF Sagarmatha Community Agro-forestry Project in Nepal
  18. 18. WWF Chocolate and Tree community project in Vietnam http://wwf.panda.org/about_our_earth/search_wwf_news/?125260/chocolate-and-trees Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF
  19. 19. Agroforestry project by WWF of guarana near Una Biological Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF Reserve, near Ilheus, Bahia, Brazil. http://wwf.panda.org/?2636/Organic-cocoa-exports-in-Europe © Edward Parker / WWF-Canon
  20. 20. WWF and National Geographic agroforestry alliance to Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF combat deforestation http://wwf.org.ph/wwf3/news/article/119
  21. 21. WWF Madagascar- Financing mechanisms and profitable income-generating activities in agroforestry project at scale Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF © WWF-Madagascar / WWF-Canon http://wwf.panda.org/who_we_are/wwf_offices/madagascar/?uProjectID=MG0946
  22. 22. Change in global forest cover under different scenarios Foto: Peter Roberntz , WWF Source: WWF Living Forest Report Chapter 1

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