Stronger political commitments, rural governance key to landscape restoration: One World – No Hunger envoy
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We have the necessary technical knowledge to restore landscapes, said deputy director-general and commissioner for BMZ’s “One World – No Hunger” initiative on Wednesday.
“What is missing is stronger political commitment and better rural governance,” Stefan Schmitz told delegates at the Global Landscapes Forum conference in Nairobi during a plenary speech.
Register to join a GLF digital summit with Stefan Schmitz on Scaling up forest landscape restoration commitments: from local to regional level on Sept. 11, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. CEST (9:00 a.m. GMT).
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