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2014 Katoomba Meeting XX Lima, Peru - Dedline to Register: April 16

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Deadline to Register Extended - Register by April 16. For 15 years, the Katoomba Group has convened global experts and leaders to advance the frontier of ecosystem services approaches. In 2014, just months before Lima hosts over 190 countries to advance international climate negotiations at the 20th Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC, the Ministry of Environment of Peru, the National Water Authority of Peru, and Forest Trends will convene the 20th Katoomba Meeting: Climate, Forests, Water, and People: A Vision for Development for Tropical America.
When Apr 22, 2014 11:30 AM to
Apr 23, 2014 08:00 PM
Where Convention Center at the Colegio Médico of Peru, Miraflores, Lima
Contact Name
Attendees Manuel Pulgar-Vidal
Luis Miguel Castilla
Luz Helena Sarmiento
Carlos Gustavo Cano
Gabriel Quijandría
Jorge Montenegro
Fernando Momiy
Marina Silva
Francisco Dumler
Gustavo Suarez de Freitas
Fabiola Muñoz
Yolanda Kakabadse
Connie Campbell
Dan Nepstad
William Boyd
Patricia León
Carl Hausmann
Alberto Tavares
Carlos Muñoz Piña
Bernando Roca Rey
Francois Munger
Martha Isabel Corzo Ruiz
Hugo Wiener
Michael Jenkins
Jorge Caillaux
Carlos Augusto Garcia
Jason Morrison
Tundi Agardy
Almir Surui
Carlos Loret de Mola
Miguel Saravia
Rosalia Arteaga
Edwin Vásquez
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Forward-thinking leaders, scientists, financiers, business leaders, bilateral and multilateral donors, NGO leaders and community leaders, from Tropical America and beyond, will gather in Lima this April 22-23 to chart a course for a sustainable development that recognizes and invests in linkages between climate, forests, water, and people.

Katoomba XX will:
  • Set the stage for the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change conference in Lima this December by convening regional leaders to articulate a vision for achieving integrated economic and natural resource management goals
  • Showcase Peruvian leadership (national and regional governments, private sector, and civil society) on strategies for climate, forests, water, and people
  • Share international experience and suggest new, innovative approaches for ensuring that investment supports natural infrastructure and communities

To register and for more information, visit the conference website.
Questions? Email Gena Gammie, Program Manager, Forest Trends’ Water Initiative.

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