Rights-based Technology Applications – Landscape Talk GLF Bonn 2019

25 Jun 2019


In this GLF Bonn 2019 Landscape Talk, Frank Pichel of the Cadasta Foundation discusses how the application of simple-to-use technology can help communities around the world document, strengthen, and secure their land and resource rights. Through the use of partner and project case studies, Pichel highlights the transformative role of technology to support land tenure and rights-based landscape management challenges to contribute to a more just, sustainable, and prosperous future for the global community.

Publisher: Global Landscapes Forum

Language: English

Year: 2019

Ecosystem(s): Wetlands and Peatlands

Location(s): Global, Uganda

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  • Frank Pichel

    Interim CEO & Chief Programs Officer, CADASTA