Join FLARE: Forests & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement, on August 23-25 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to collectively reflect on the ways in which FLARE has revealed and produced new knowledge about forests and livelihoods. Keynote speakers are Cristina Coc, the director and co-founder of the Julian Cho Society, and David Kaimowitz who leads the Ford Foundation‘s work on natural resources and climate change.
- 5 Years of FLARE: Themes, Change, and Lessons Learned
- Acknowledging Failure: Learning From Perverse Outcomes and Unintended Feedbacks
- Beyond the Household: Measuring the Impacts of Forest Change on Communities, Economies, and Ecologies
- Environmental Ethics, Equity, Justice, and Activism
- Forests and Livelihoods as Complex Socio-ecological
- Forests and the SDGs
- And many more!