Supported by major partners such as UNCCD, IUCN and Global Evergreening Alliance, this 5 day residential course aims to connect the dots between land, security and climate change. 

Land degradation, conflict, climate change, population pressure and poor governance can interact in negative feedback loops, directly impacting the health and livelihoods of 1.5 billion people. On the other hand, there is growing evidence that integrating land restoration with community-based peacebuilding can create a virtuous cycle leading to both environmental and social recovery, and contributing to climate change adaptation and mitigation.  To view the brochure and register, please click here