Kickoff Workshop of the RESTORE+Project

Introduction of the RESTORE+ Project

Florian Kraxner, IIASA “RESTORE+: Addressing landscape restoration of degraded land in Indonesia and Brazil”

Session 1: Restoration - what does it mean for ecosystem services and 

Chair: Aline Soterroni, IIASA/INPE

Aline Mosnier, IIASA, “Assessing restoration opportunities in the tropical region”

Shaenandhoa Garcia Rangel, UNEP-WCMC, “Assessing biodiversity impacts of land-use policies in Brazil and Congo Basin”

Zulfira Warta, WWF Indonesia, “Lessons from forest and landscape restoration activities in Indonesia”

Session 2: Land use modelling - understanding the implications at different levels?

Chair: Will Simonson, UNEP-WCMC

Aline Soterroni, INPE, “Addressing LUC complexity in the tropics: the GLOBIOM Brazil experience”

Andree Ekadinata, ICRAF, “Grassroot level multi-stakeholders land use planning tools”

Stephan Pietsch and Juraj Balkovic, IIASA, “Dynamic vegetation modelling in the tropics”

Juraj Balkovic “The Environmental Policy Integrated Climate Model”

Piera Patrizio, IIASA, “Spatial optimization for land use sustainability– a case for renewable energy”

Session 3: Enhancing efficiency and governance through participation

Chair:  Gilberto Câmara, INPE

Linda See, IIASA, “GeoWiki as citizen science platform”

Arief Wijaya, WRI Indonesia, “Global Forest Watch experience in Indonesia”

Victor Maus and Gilberto Câmara, INPE, “Big earth observation data analysis and INPE/IPEA Open Data Services”

Simon Ulvund, Landmapp, “Affordable and accessible land documentation in rural communities – experiences from Ghana”

Session 4:  Enabling market support as environmental safeguards

Chair: Sonya Dewi, ICRAF

Sabine Fuss, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC), “Degraded land and sustainability certifications”

Ruben Lubowski, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), “Assessing cost effectivity of forest restoration measures”

Alexandre Ywata, Institute of Applied Economics Research (IPEA), “ Environmental reserve quotas in Brazil’s new forest legislation”

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