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, Cook Islands, Dine, forests, Indigenous rights, IPMG, islands, land rights, landscape approach, landscape approaches, Maasai, mobilization, Navajo, rights, tenure, women, youth

Ecosystem(s): Wetlands and Peatlands

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

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