Webinars will be implemented in each thematic module where an invited expert will be in charge of the main presentation. Webinars will be opened for all the community participants and will be able to host the first fifty (50) entering the Webinar room. Webinars will use ClickWebinar software.
Presentación del plan estratégico de la convención Ramsar
Webinar Módulo 16: Planes de manejo de humedales
Webinar Module: Module 15: New Opportunities for funding post-COP21
Webinar módulo 11
Webinar módulo 10
Webinar Módulo 9
Dear member of EbA community:
Module 4 webinar will take place on Tuesday 24th June at 11 am (Panama, Bogota and Lima time). Please check www.timeanddate.com for the right time in your city.
Maximo Liberman, a professor at several universities in Latin America and the author of numerous scientific management of natural resources in mountain areas publications. He will seek to reflect and respond to the main questions of this module. We will also have Pablo Dourojeanni, who will present the case "EbA Mountain Project" in Nor Yauyos Cochas in Peru and also some of the actions in Nepal and Uganda.
Maximo Liberman Cruz
Biologist studies at the University of Concepción, Chile and University of San Andres (UMSA), La Paz, Bolivia. Graduate ITC Enschede, Netherlands. Professor at the University of San Andrés, Bolivia; Universidad de los Andes, Merida, Venezuela; Universita di Camerino Italy; FLACAM in La Plata Argentina. Professor Emeritus of UMSA. Author of numerous scientific publications on natural resource management in Bolivia especially in the Andean region. He has published and edited books on: Sustainable Development in Mountains; Poverty and Environment in Bolivia; Desertification in Bolivia; Changes in Land Use and Biodiversity Mountain and others.
Geographer from PUCP with a degree from the University of Bergen, Norway. He has worked in mountain areas since 2003 with special emphasis on the Andes. He currently serves as scientific advisor EbA Mountain Project (UNDP-UNEP-IUCN-IM) and Amazon EbA Project (UNDP).
The following issues will be discussed:
What are the main ecosystem services provided by mountains?
What examples of measures EbA Mountain allow sustainable use of water resources?
What EbA measures related to production practices in mountain ecosystems (crops, livestock) are known?
What EbA measures exist to reduce risk in mountain ecosystems?
Launch of the Community of Practice in Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) through a Webinar at 11am Panama time (check the time in your city at www.timeanddate.com), join the Meet & Greet webinar in this link: Webinar
Only the first 100 to get into the room will participate. The room will open 30 minutes in advance.
Participants will share expectations and ask questions to UNEP/REGATTA representatives and to Juan Torres, main moderator. Welcome will be given by Margarita Astrálaga, UNEP Regional Director for Latin America; also Jason Spensley, Climate Change Programme Officer and Jacinto Buenfil, EbA expert, will assist.
The Meet & Greet webinar will take place in Spanish and afterwards, transcription will be available in English.