Global Landscapes Forum: Peatlands Matter (Jakarta, 18 May 2017)
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Global Landscapes Forum: Peatlands Matter (Jakarta, 18 May 2017)

Peatlands are the world’s largest carbon sinks, but often these landscapes are situated in areas where competing interests of conservation and development must be carefully negotiated. The Global Landscapes Forum: Peatlands Matter event will bring together local and global policymakers, stakeholders, and private sector interests in order to identify landscape-level solutions and accelerate measurable action on the ground in negotiating conflicting land use demands in these vital biomes.

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GLF: Peatlands Matter will take place on 18 May 2017 at JS Luwansa Hotel and Convention Center, Jakarta.

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