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PBL Session: Modelling Landscape Scenarios
Modelling Landscape Scenarios: lessons learned from exploring potential SDG progress in 3 case studies
Monday June 11, 2018 Image: NLandscaape
2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Venue

Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Multipurpose Room
Rijnstraat 8
The Hague, 2515 XP Netherlands
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Website:
https://www.government.nl/ministries/ministry-of-foreign-affairs

Organizer

NLandscape
Website:
http://www.nlandscape.nl/

NLandscape organizes a seminar “Modelling Landscape Scenarios: lessons learned from exploring potential SDG progress in 3 case studies” at the Ministry of Foreign Affiars on June 11, 2018, starting at 14:45. 

Objective

Supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PBL and EcoAgriculture Partners collaborated to develop and assess the use of spatially explicit modeling and planning tools to support stakeholders in integrated landscape initiatives in exploring various future scenarios and assess their potential in achieving multiple SDGs. This seminar will provide a brief overview of the project, the case studies and the main lessons learned.

We hope to receive your feedback to improve and refine these lessons. These will be published in a report soon after the seminar. We also like to explore how this work relates to what you are doing and we welcome your suggestions for possible next steps.

Programme

14.45 Walk in, coffee/tea
15:00 Welcome and overview of the session (Marcel Kok, PBL)
15:05 Landscapes and the SDGs (Sara Scherr, EcoAgriculture)
15:20 Modelling of participatory scenarios to support landscape planning  (Johan Meijer, PBL)
15:35 Case study Honduras with Solidaridad (Katie Minderhoud, tbc)
15:45 Case study Ghana with IUCN-NL/A Rocha Ghana (Henk Simons)
15:55 Case study Tanzania with African Wildlife Foundation (Seth Shames, EcoAgriculture)
16:05 Results: the lessons learned so far (PBL and EcoAgriculture)
16:30 Reflection and open discussion on: lessons learned, related experiences and next steps
17:00 Closing and network drinks

Please register online.

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