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Workshop "Integrated spatial planning: Integrating ecosystem services and climate change into planning"

Monday - 02/10/2017 00:16

Workshop "Integrated spatial planning: Integrating ecosystem services and climate change into planning"

Workshop on "Integrated spatial planning: Integrating ecosystem services and climate change into planning" held at Hanoi Club hotel, 76 Yen Phu, Tay Ho, Ha Noi.

On October 2nd, 2017, the Institute for Forest Ecology and Environment participated in the Workshop "Integrated spatial planning: Integrating ecosystem services and climate change into planning" at Hanoi Club hotel, 76 Yen Phu, Tay Ho, Ha Noi. Attending the workshop were: Mr. Vu Quang Cac - Director of Planning Department, Ministry of Planning and Investment; Mr. Nguyen Van Ha - Deputy Director of General Department of Forestry; Ms. Kirsten Hegener - Deputy Country Director of GIZ Viet Nam.

From 03rd to 06th October 2017, the workshop will be held at Room E, A3 Building, Vietnam National University of Forestry - Xuan Mai Town, Chuong My District, Hanoi. The program will focus on providing and sharing technical guidelines using tools to support spatial planning combined with multi-benefit analysis.

Some photos of workshop:

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Source: GIZ

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Implementing projects in 2017
List of implementing projects in 2017:
 
1. Supporting Di Linh Forestry and Bao Lam Forestry Company Limited (SFFC) to meet international standards for SFM in accordance with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) funded by FAOVN

2. Review, adjust the Plan for forest protection, restoration and sustainable development of the Central Highlands up to 2025 with orientation to 2030 funded by VNFOREST

3. Co-operation between UNEP and IFEE in undertaking the work contributing to the development of a knowledge package on the use of spatial analysis supporting REDD+ planning at the sub-national level
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