Plenary – Voices of the Landscape GLF Bonn 2019

25 Jun 2019

It’s time to recognize the unsung heroes, big and small, who take a stand for their landscapes and their environment. Across the globe, local communities and Indigenous Peoples – particularly rural women and youth – are writing stories of resilience and success by mobilizing their communities to drive projects of immense impact. Speakers in this GLF Bonn 2019 plenary answer the question: how does visionary leadership at a community level give rise to the radical ideas that generate sweeping positive change?

Publisher: Global Landscapes Forum

Language: English

Year: 2019

Keyword(s): activism, activist, Asia and the Pacific, community leader, Cook Islands, Dine, forests, indigenous rights, IPMG, Islands, land rights, landscape approach, landscape approaches, Maasai, mobilization, Navajo, pastoralist, rights, tenure, visionary leadership, women, youth

Ecosystem(s): Wetlands and Peatlands

Location(s): Brazil, Cook Islands, Global, Russia, Tanzania, United States

  • The Indigenous Peoples Major Group for Sustainable Development (IPMG SDGs)