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August 18, 2020

A new report from EcoAgriculture Partners reviews models of integrated landscape finance

Seth ShamesEcoAgriculture Partners Manon KoningsteinEcoAgriculture Partners

EcoAgriculture Partners, along with WWF’s Landscape Finance Lab, the Coalition for Private Investment in Conservation and the 1000 Landscapes for One Billion People initiative, has just published a pioneering report which details models of financial mechanisms that can enable integrated, landscape-scale transformations ...
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March 20, 2020

Meet Leala Rosen: The Newest Addition to the EcoAgriculture Partner’s Team

Manon KoningsteinEcoAgriculture Partners Seth ShamesEcoAgriculture Partners

Leala Rosen has joined us as a Collaborative Management Intern to strengthen project implementation and development. Bringing knowledge and experience from working on gender-related issues in landscapes in Nepal, she will be developing the gender-responsive curriculum for the existing Landscape Climate Smart Agriculture (LCSA) trainings to be facilitated in Tanzania this spring ...
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December 18, 2019

First North America Landscape Finance Forum explores innovative investment models

Seth ShamesEcoAgriculture Partners Manon Koningstein

The North America Landscape Finance Forum (NALFF) explored integrated landscape investment models in the U.S. and Canada, where some of the most innovative initiatives are taking place. The goals of the full-day forum were to better understand the key elements of integrated landscape investments, share knowledge among innovators, and explore collaborative actions that coul ...
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February 14, 2019

A New Landscape Working Group within the Coalition for Private Investment in Conservation

Seth ShamesEcoAgriculture Partners Eghosa AsemotaEcoAgriculture PartnersCornell University

We’ve partnered with CPIC to amplify their sectoral work through landscape approaches to finance. Since launching in September 2016, the Coalition for Private Investment in Conservation (CPIC), a global multi-stakeholder initiative, has focused on enabling private, return-seeking investment in conservation projects. Now, EcoAgriculture Partners is teaming up with this powerho ...
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May 19, 2018

Promising Signs for the SDGs in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania

Brett JacobsonEcoAgriculture Partners Seth ShamesEcoAgriculture Partners

In this interview, Seth Shames, EcoAgriculture Partners’ Director of Policy and Markets, recounts his experience leading a workshop in Tanzania’s Kilombero Valley Landscape and reflects on outcomes, lessons learned, and the future of Integrated Landscape Management in the Kilombero Valley. The African Wildlife Foundation, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, IUC ...
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November 28, 2017

Modeling SDG impacts in Ghana’s Atewa landscape under different management scenarios

Seth ShamesEcoAgriculture Partners

A stakeholder workshop reviewed future scenarios for the Atewa Range landscape, and formulated next steps for achieving the outcomes in the “Living Landscape” scenario.   A Contested Landscape Everyone agrees that the Atewa Landscape is enormously valuable, but that’s where the consensus ends. There are a wide range of ideas about how the landscape’s ecolog ...
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