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March 31, 2020

Announcing the 78 Rockefeller Food System Vision-Prize semi-finalists!!

Manon KoningsteinEcoAgriculture Partners

The Food System Vision Prize question ´How might we envision regenerative and nourishing food futures for 2050?´, sparked 1319 organizations, representing 112 countries and all continents except for Antarctica, to submit their visions for the future of their food systems to the Rockefeller Foundation.The 78 semi-fina…
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March 20, 2020

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

Amanda RubioEcoAgriculture Partners 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 Agricultu…
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March 17, 2020

Meet our fellows: Robin Marsh

Amanda RubioEcoAgriculture Partners Manon KoningsteinEcoAgriculture Partners

Robin Marsh is a socio-economist with over 25 years of experience in international agriculture and rural development. Since 2003, Marsh has been affiliated with the international non-profit organization, EcoAgriculture Partners, collaborating on leadership development for integrated landscape management in Central Amer…
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March 17, 2020

Cross-sector solutions for a more sustainable future for planet and people

Amanda RubioEcoAgriculture Partners Manon KoningsteinEcoAgriculture Partners

The Bridge Collaborative recently announced this year’s four winners of the Bridge Spark Fund. Supported by Lyda Hill Philanthropies, the Fund is an effort to support and strengthen integrated solutions for tackling the most pressing global challenges within the fields of environment, human health, and sustainable de…
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March 5, 2020

Video: voices from the African Landscapes Dialogue

Last November 2019, 136 landscape leaders from 17 African countries gathered in Arusha, Tanzania for the 3rd African Landscapes Dialogue, bound together by a shared vision and responsibility to solve collective problems facing the continent and the planet. In this video different voices from the African Landscapes …
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March 3, 2020

The contribution of Integrated Landscape Management to the post-2020 Convention on Biological Diversity

Manon KoningsteinEcoAgriculture Partners John Ajjugo John Kamanga Sam Kanyamibwa Sara Scherr

The contribution of Integrated Landscape Management to the post-2020 Convention on Biological Diversity: ommendations for policymakers from the African Landscapes Dialogue in Arusha
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