Events

Conferences, webinars, public lectures, workshops, training courses,
roundtables, networking events, fundraisers, and more.
Join us to share knowledge, learn, and grow thriving landscapes!

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Sharing Knowledge and Experience
Our events are organized by EcoAgriculture partner organizations, and led or co-led by landscape leaders. They bring together experts, practitioners, and members of our learning network to learn from each other, plan collective action, and develop skills and abilities.

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If you have an idea for a learning network event, or want to join a meeting but can’t determine how, please contact us for more information.

Upcoming Events

Executive Roundtable announcement
November 18, 2021 | 9-10:30 am ET/15:00 CET/18:30 IST

Better Business Through Integrated Landscape Management: An Executive Roundtable (virtual event)

A 1000 Landscapes for 1 Billion People Executive Roundtable Date: November 18, 2021 Time: 9:00 ET/15:00 CET/18:30 IST Register HereĀ  Meeting business goals through landscape partnerships Environmental degradation, climate change and social needs of communities are spurring agribusiness companies to find ways to future-proof their supply chains. They are finding that site-level and supply chain […]

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Past Events

Landscape Roundtable: Natural climate solutions
October 5, 2021 | 10-11:30 am ET

Landscape Roundtable-Connecting Natural Climate Solutions with Integrated Landscape Management: Ways forward for integrated approaches? (virtual event)

Join us for the next Landscape Roundtable convened by FAO North America and EcoAgriculture Partners. Natural climate solutions (NCS) have become a buzzword, with many governments and all levels of organizations seeking to implement them.

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July 15, 2021 | 10-11:30 ET

Landscape Roundtable: Information Technology Solutions to Support Landscape Partnerships (virtual event)

This Landscape Roundtable will bring together leading innovators that are developing information technology solutions for landscape partnerships (LPs) across the world. Experts will share their perspectives on what such technology can and, crucially, cannot do to support landscape partnerships to achieve their goals for nature, people, and the Sustainable Development Goals.

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