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Engaging stakeholders:
Landscape management for
confronting climate change
IFPRI Virtual Policy Seminar - Ideas for confro...
Many climate actions require landscape approach and
coordination and collective actions
▪ Implications:
o Recognize the im...
Integrated landscape approaches
▪ Key aspects of an effective
landscape approach
o Evaluate progress
o Establish good gove...
Multi-Stakeholder Platforms (MSPs) for landscape-level coordination
▪ MSPs:
o Sustained, intentionally created, long-term ...
Policy priorities
▪ ( ) ’
government alone: need landscape-level approaches that involve communities
o Importance of inter...
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Wei Zhang
POLICY SEMINAR
Ideas for confronting climate change today
OCT 14, 2021 - 09:30 AM TO 10:45 AM EDT

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Engaging stakeholders: Landscape management for confronting climate change

  1. 1. Engaging stakeholders: Landscape management for confronting climate change IFPRI Virtual Policy Seminar - Ideas for confronting climate change today Wei Zhang Senior Research Fellow, Environment & Production Technology Division International Food Policy Research Institute October 14, 2021
  2. 2. Many climate actions require landscape approach and coordination and collective actions ▪ Implications: o Recognize the importance of collective action and coordination across groups for successful mitigation and adaptation strategies o Ensure that tenure insecurity does not exclude the poor from mitigation and adaptation strategies o Consider various levels of governance in designing and choosing mitigation and adaptation strategies Meinzen-Dick et al. 2010. The role of collective action and property rights in climate change strategies. CAPRi Policy Brief 7. Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
  3. 3. Integrated landscape approaches ▪ Key aspects of an effective landscape approach o Evaluate progress o Establish good governance o Evolve from panacea solutions o Engage multiple stakeholders o Embrace dynamic processes ▪ Barriers to effective implementation o Time lags o Terminology confusion o Operating silos o Internal/external engagement o Monitoring Reed et al. 2016. Integrated landscape approaches to managing social and environmental issues in the tropics: learning from the past to guide the future. Global Change Biology.
  4. 4. Multi-Stakeholder Platforms (MSPs) for landscape-level coordination ▪ MSPs: o Sustained, intentionally created, long-term spaces to promote dialogue, deliberation and collaborative action among social groups and organizations (“ ”) affected o Bridge civil society, government, and private sector actors o Can provide coordination and space for social learning ▪ Not a panacea: Not all will engage readily or equitably o Recognizing power inequalities & barriers to inclusion is key for effective knowledge-sharing and dialogue o Procedural rules and facilitation strategies can help mediate power relations o Balance role of government actors to lend legitimacy and enable follow-up action, without controlling the process Photo credit: Diana Suhardiman Ratner et al. (Under review). Multi-stakeholder platforms for natural resource governance: Lessons from eight landscape-level cases.
  5. 5. Policy priorities ▪ ( ) ’ government alone: need landscape-level approaches that involve communities o Importance of inter-village multi-stakeholder platforms to spark conservation and governance action plans at a landscape level (clustered around watersheds, forest patches or rangelands) ▪ , “ ” stakeholder engagement in landscape management o ’ o Devolution policies can encourage state agencies to engage with communities and private sector o Invest in MSPs, including strengthening community and government capacity to engage

Wei Zhang POLICY SEMINAR Ideas for confronting climate change today OCT 14, 2021 - 09:30 AM TO 10:45 AM EDT

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