Assembled collection of all your stakeholder engagement plans

Dear all, a great number of you developed elaborate and compelling stakeholder engagement plans over the span of this course. Your teams worked on a wide variety of cases located all over the world. Now, we assembled all of your genuinely inspiring projects and published them on the course website. Please find the complete collection […]

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Great finale

Thank you very  much to all speakers and participants of the last and final live session of the ELD MOOC 2015. It was a great experience to see all the hard work come to life in yesterday’s presentation. You find the Recording and Presentations for download here. I will get back to you with some more information […]

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Live Webinar

Dear all, we are now getting ready for the final week. Due to technical issues we had to cancel the webinar last wednesday. The good news: Thomas Falk will be the speaker on the Okavango project in the upcoming live webinar. He will be followed by the presentations of the finalists. We look forward to […]

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World Day

Tomorrow is the World Day to Combat Desertification. The World Day to Combat Desertification has been observed since 1995 to promote public awareness relating to international cooperation to combat desertification and the effects of drought. In 1994, the United Nations General Assembly declared (General Assembly Resolution A/RES/49/115) June 17 the “World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought” […]

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Map: Stakeholders of the world

Dear participants, thank you all for contributing to the second assignment on the  Stakeholder Map! We were delighted to read so many valuable entries about regional, national and international stakeholders. The map shows the range of interests to be harmonized for sustainable land management to become a reality” We assembled a few examples from the […]

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