Watch this Discussion Forum on the second day of the Global Landscapes Forum 2014, in Lima, Peru, during COP20. New multi-stakeholder landscape initiatives are emerging as an operational framework to address key risks such as deforestation and water scarcity, and support economic growth, food production, ecosystem conservation, and livelihoods across entire landscapes. However, a crucial player in these issues – business, serving local, national and international markets – has been largely absent. This session explores the business case for public-private partnerships in landscape management, and also looks at the enabling environment for supporting such practices and the potential for scaling-up impact through increased private sector participation in the future.


Hayo Haanstra
Senior Policy Officer for Agriculture and Innovation,
Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands


Lee Gross
Senior Manager
EcoAgriculture Partners

Edit Kiss
Director of Business Development and Operations
Althelia Ecosphere

Magda Lovei
Practice Manager for Environment & Natural Resources
World Bank, Africa Region

Edward Millard
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Rainforest Alliance

Juan Pablo Solis
Program Officer

Carlos Zapata
Head of Strategy and Planning
Rio Tinto

Sunday, 7 December 2014
Global Landscapes Forum, Lima, Peru
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Advancing business engagement in a landscape approach

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