'Green Grabbing' op Symposium Poverty and Conservation
|Period||[26/03/2013 - 27/03/2013]|
|Event location||The Mappin Pavillion, London Zoo, London ZSL London Zoo, Regent's Park, London NW1 4RY, UK|
|Host||Int. Inst. for Environment and Development and others|
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +44 (0)20 3463 1546
|Theme(s)||Ecosystems , Others|
|Type||Meeting (seminar / conference / symposium / festival)|
The overall objective of the symposium is to examine the varied interactions between conservation and land rights/land grabbing in a variety of global contexts; to encourage more strategic engagement by the conservation movement in land rights and tenure concerns, highlighting different models that can be used to secure or strengthen local land rights, and the potential role of conservation in combating land grabbing thus benefitting both conservation and development.
4. Towards greater safeguards and synergies - are there underexploited opportunities for conservation interests e.g. under the CBD, and efforts to address land grabbing e.g. through the FAO Voluntary Guidelines, to better link up through shared concerns and common interventions?