Global Landscapes Forum Bonn 2017

From 19 to 20 December, the Global Landscapes Forum will take place in Bonn. The Global Landscapes Forum is the world’s largest science-led multi-sectoral platform for integrated land use.

 

Download: Agenda German Pavilion

Download: IKI Info Sheet FLR (PDF) 

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Video about the International Climate Initiative

A two and a half minute animated film explains in a short and understandable way in which areas and topics the International Climate Initiative (IKI) is involved.

 

 

 

 

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Publication

Enabling subnational climate action through multi-level governance

The working paper showcases lessons learnt and good examples of climate policies that unlock the potential of cities, regions and other subnational actors of Colombia, Germany, South Africa, Mexico and Myanmar.
 

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Planting of mangrove saplings; Photo: © MSSRF

Online Story

PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet

From the Seas of Sargasso to the forests of Finland, conservation and sustainable development success stories can be found everywhere. PANORAMA solutions for a healthy planet take you on a journey across some of the most inspiring solutions.

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Sculptures made out of clay and climate change perfume (in the background); photo: © Catherine Sarah Young

Interview

To know the colour of water

Artist Catherine Sarah Young worked with children and young people in South East Asia on climate change and adaptation.

 

 

 

 

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International Climate Initiative

Since 2008, the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) has been financing climate and biodiversity projects in developing and newly industrialised countries, as well as countries in transition.

 

 

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Photos (clockwise): N. Gorißen/BMUB; FAO/ S. Elliott; M. Hüttner; IM Editores

Selection Procedure 2018

The deadline for the 2018 selection procedure expired on 12 October 2017, 24:00 (CET). Project outlines received after the deadline cannot be considered.

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