Published on February 18, 2020
|List of Acronyms and Abbreviations|
|Towards sustainable land use: key issues, interactions and trade-offs in the land-use nexus|
|Data and trends relevant to sustainable land use|
|Coherence across national strategies and plans for sustainable land use|
|Institutional co-ordination and coherence for sustainable land use|
|Policy instruments relevant to sustainable land use|
VIDEO RECORDING - webinar
Land use is central to many of the environmental and socio-economic issues facing society today. Understanding how to feed global populations, while tackling the twin challenges of biodiversity loss and climate change is, therefore, a key question for policy makers.
How can governments align national strategies to achieve sustainable land use? What institutional arrangements foster coherent policy making in the nexus of land use, climate, biodiversity and food? What policy instruments can be used to create sustainable land use systems?
On 18 February, Will Symes and Katia Karousakis of the OECD Environment Directorate discussed how to align policy making for sustainable land use. The talk highlighted findings from the OECD report Towards Sustainable Land Use: Aligning Biodiversity, Climate and Food Policies, published on the same day.
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