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GLF Biodiversity Digital Conference: One World - One Health

October 28 - 29, 2020

Human transformation of Earth’s landscapes is driving biodiversity loss, climate change and the emergence of pandemics such as COVID-19, which is a...

GLF Biodiversity
23/10/2020 09:17 09:17 - 09:17

GLF Biodiversity Digital Conference: One World - One Health

October 28 - 29, 2020

Human transformation of Earth’s landscapes is driving biodiversity loss, climate change and the emergence of pandemics such as COVID-19, which is a stark reminder of the links between human, animal and environmental health. As the world prepares to ‘build back better’, new approaches are coming to the fore as a way of balancing competing land use demands, conserving the biodiversity and restoring planetary, and human, health.

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Crop Trust & Food Forever Sessions

Side Session - 28 October 2020, 16:00-17:30 CEST

Speakers:

  • Charlotte Lusty, Crop Trust
  • Desterio Nyamongo, KALRO
  • Lavernee Gueco, University of the Philippines - Los Banos
  • Vania Azevedo, ICRISAT

Lightning talk by Nelissa Jamora, Crop Trust

Speakers:

  • Filippo Bassi, ICARDA
  • Alejandro Argumedo, International Network of Mountain Indigenous Peoples (INMIP)
  • Maria Andrade, CIP
  • Shivali Sharma, ICRISAT

Lightning talk by Maarten van Zonneveld, World Vegetable Center

Launch of the Chefs' Manifesto Podcast, with Paul Newnham, SDG2 Advocacy Hub.

Plenary Session - 28 October 2020, 20:15-21:00 CEST

Speakers:

  • Danielle Nierenberg, Food Tank
  • Kent Nnadozie, International Plant Treaty - FAO
  • Susan Bragdon, Oxfam Novib
  • Mildred Crawford, Caribbean Network of Rural Women Producers
  • HE Mercedes Araoz, former Vice President of Peru
  • Pablo Vargas, Britt

Lightning talks by Sir Peter Crane, Oak Spring Garden Foundation, and Marie Haga, IFAD.

Plenary - 29 October 2020, 14:30-15:15 CEST

Thought leaders in biodiversity: Building trust in the future

Speech by Stefan Schmitz, Crop Trust Executive Director

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Join us online on 28-29 October to learn how scientists, environmental practitioners, policymakers, banks, private corporations, Indigenous Peoples, local communities can “build back better” to restore the Earth.

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