Ahead of the 2018 Asia-Pacific Rainforest Summit (APRS), the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) will hold a Global Comparative Study on REDD+ Media Training, which will include a Global Landscape Forum Digital Summit.
Join journalists in Yogyakarta on 21 April 2018 for scientist Cynthia Maharani’s presentations, “Current status: assessment of subnational REDD+ initiative on the ground” and “Current status: REDD+ performance assessment. Experiences from Indonesia, Vietnam, Myanmar and Laos.” During the digital summit, participants will also be able to ask questions and join the discussion.
Cynthia Maharani is currently a Senior Research Scientist on CIFOR’s GCS REDD+ program, where she works with boundary partners from Ethiopia, Myanmar, Guyana and Indonesia to coproduce REDD+ knowledge. Her presentations will give participants up-to-date information on the subnational REDD+ programs and performance assessment information for the region, making it a useful event for journalists, students and other interested in the program, especially its progress in Southeast Asia.
GLF Digital Summit: CIFOR Global Comparative Study on REDD+
Date: 21 April 2018
Time: 9:30-10:30am WIB (Use this tool to convert to your local time zone)
About Cynthia Maharani
Cynthia Maharani is currently a Senior Research Officer on Global Comparative Study on REDD+ at the Center for International Forestry Research. During her tenure, she builds and engages with boundary partners in Ethiopia, Myanmar, Guyana and Indonesia. Through these strategic partnerships, CIFOR and different entities across continents collaborate in coproducing REDD+ knowledge and derive lessons learned for policymakers on conditions affecting REDD+ performances. Maharani is also part of the Asean Social Forestry and Climate Change Network. In collaboration with Asean Social Forestry Working Groups (AWGSF) and partners, she is involved in the development of the Social Forestry Knowledge Tree, a web-based platform that will serve as knowledge management for social forestry initiatives in Southeast Asia.
About GLF Digital Summits
Attendance to our Digital Summits is open to all. GLF partners as well as other nonprofit organisations or individuals working in the area of forestry, sustainable development, agriculture, ecosystems, public health and design are especially encouraged to register. Our summits are attended a wide variety of landscapes practitioners: there is no barrier for entry beyond a passion for solving complex problems!
We do not ask for a participation fee, but we like all participants to actively engage into the online discussion during the digital summit. The summits are moderated via BlueJeans, an online tool running within any internet browser. It only requires participants to have a good and reliable Internet connection and a computer/tablet running any browser.