How can grassroots organizations, indigenous peoples and other civil society groups in developing countries be supported to provide strong local conservation leadership, enduring solutions for biodiversity and sustainable development, and partnership with governments to achieve the Green Deal? How can these groups help facilitate the transformative change required to address the global biodiversity crisis? Grantees of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, which provides grants to civil society groups to protect the world’s biodiversity hotspots, will discuss how their organizations have strengthened their capacity, achieved conservation and development outcomes, and demonstrated solutions with potential for scaling up.
Civil Society: A good deal for the Green Deal
CEPF empowers more than 2,400 organizations around the globe to take grassroots action for biodiversity
TV Studio 3
Project or report lab
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
16:10 to 16:55