Mapping Nature for People and Planet in Cambodia: Second consultation


How can we use spatial data to identify critical areas where nature-based actions can address national biodiversity, climate and sustainable development priorities? In this second international virtual consultation, policy makers and spatial data experts from Cambodia will work with an international team to explore the science behind mapping Essential Life Support Areas (ELSAs) mapping and co-create the final ELSA map for the country

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CONSULTATION OVERVIEW

26 October and 2-3 November 2021 ICT

Two to three-hour sessions

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Language: English and Khmer
Type: Virtual workshop

Stakeholder consultation summary 

We are pleased to welcome you to the stakeholder consultation! This virtual meeting room will allow you to: 

  • Download background information and key documents for the consultation
  • Access the link to join all consultation sessions on Zoom 
  • Watch video recordings of each session 
  • Interact with other participants through a forum 
  • Continue discussions and peer-to-peer (P2P) exchanges after the consultation ends 

Objectives of the consultation

  • Review the project vision and the findings from the first consultation and subsequent data collection process 
  • Overview of Systematic Conservation Planning (SCP), the science behind the project
  • Weight – or rank the importance of – collected data sets on biodiversity, climate change, and human well-being
  • Co-create and iterate upon Cambodia’s ELSA map via the country’s ELSA webtool
  • Discuss results of the analysis, potential application, and next steps

Important documents

 

Report from the First Stakeholder Consultation 

 


Consultation Agenda

 


Question and answer document from live session

 


Course content

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Jyotiraj Patra

Very much look forward to the consultation!

Lea Phillips

Exciting for you all to join us for this consultation in two weeks!