YOUTH IN LANDSCAPES
The Youth in Landscapes vision is an inclusive and equitable world where people come together to collaborate across boundaries, sectors and generations to achieve sustainability for our global and local landscapes. The Youth in Landscapes Initiative contributes to this world by uniting and empowering youth (aged 18-35 years) from diverse backgrounds around the world to have a voice, and affect positive change in their landscapes and livelihoods. The Initiative is a partnership between the International Forestry Students’ Association (IFSA), Young Professionals for Agricultural Development (YPARD) and the Global Agroecology Alliance (GAEA). Together these organizations represent over 18,000 young people working and studying in agriculture, forestry and agroecology.
18 Mar 2015
2015 Global Landscapes Forum: Salina Abraham – Closing Keynote
Head of International Processes at IFSA, Salina Abraham, speaks on behalf of the Forum organizers at the high-level closing plenary session from the second day of the Global Landscapes Forum 2015, in Paris, France alongside COP21.
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