Jurisdictional Exchange Network Webinar Series
• Support better alignment, build awareness of efforts underway and explore cross-cutting issues.
• Mobilising private sector engagement in landscape/jurisdictional approaches.
South East Asia
• Peru: Foster public-private collaboration in San Martin (Ucayali and Huanaco)
• Colombia: Foster public-private collaboration in Orinoquia.
A jurisdictional approach can be described as the successful transition to sustainable development across an entire political geography. It differs from other sustainable development approaches in that it encompasses the full range of activities, production systems, ecosystems and actors within the jurisdiction. Key features include a high level of governmental involvement; multi-sectoral, multi-stakeholder engagement to determine a shared vision of success; and alignment of public policies, business models and institutions to support jurisdictional transitions to sustainable development.
Learn more and access useful resources, visit the:
A “Commodity-First” Approach To Identifying Landscapes For Private Sector EngagementReport
Earth Innovation Institute – Jurisdictional SustainabilityPartner
Proforest – Engaging with landscape initiativesPartner
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