Online Film Launch: Introduction by Dr. Baomiavotse Vahinala RAHARINIRINA
This is the introduction the minister gave at the launch of the film Voices from the Forest: Putting local people at the heart of decisions about tropical forest contribution to tackling climate change.
Voices from the forest film launch and panel discussion
Chaired by Tom Heap (from BBC’s 39 Steps to Save the Planet) with Dr Musonda X. Mumba, Dr Sarobidy Rakotonarivo, Prof Julia P G Jones and Naomi Swickard.
Voices from the forest: Putting local people at the heart of decisions about forest conservation
The film “Voices from the forest” was made by researchers, people living at the forest frontier in Madagascar, and professional film makers. It explores how global efforts to conserve forests are experienced by local people.
Voices from the Forest TRAILER
Introduction to #COP26 event on the EU pavilion by the EU Ambassador François Roudié
This was the introduction the event at #COP26 called "Unlocking investments to deliver equitable nature-based solutions for a green, healthy and resilient future”.
Daily reflections from COP26
Professor Julia Jones from Forest4Climate&People sent these short video clips reflecting on progress at COP26 in Glasgow.
Land tenure considerations in Forest and Landscape Restoration
Presentation given by Dr Sarobidy Rakotonarivo to the International Congress of Conservation Biology, November 2021
Invisible people: How well do remote sensed data sets reveal the location of forest-edge communities
Presentation given by Mirindra Rakotoarisoa to the International Congress of Conservation Biology, November 2021
A legal review of land tenure and Forest Landscape Restoration in Madagascar: Limitations and policy recommendations
Presentation given by Manoa Rajaonarivelo to the International Congress of Conservation Biology, November 2021
On the eve of COP26, in a village on the edge of Madagascar’s rainforest...
Madagascar's Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development, and the UK Ambassador to Madagascar, visited communities on the edge of Madagascar's rainforest to discuss how forest conservation and restoration policy can affect local communities (positively and negatively). The visit was organized by Forest4Climate&People in collaboration with Madagasikara Voakajy.