We extend our sincere gratitude to the G20 Global Land Initiative as part of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) for their generous sponsorship of the 10th World Conference on Ecological Restoration and for their support of The Ecological Restoration of Mine Sites: A Hands-on Workshop. Your contribution has been instrumental in advancing SER2023 delegate experiences and opportunities at the conference and beyond.
Support for Training on the Ecological Restoration of Mine Sites
We are thrilled to be able to offer a training opportunity in partnership with the G20 Global Land Initiative. A three-day interactive course will be held in Perth, Australia from 2 to 4 October in connection with SER2023 and the release of SER’s International Principles and Standards for Ecological Restoration and Recovery of Mine Sites. This course introduces participants to the rich content and details of the International Principles and Standards for restoring and recovering mine sites.
A Bit About the G20 Global Land Initiative
The G20 Global Land Initiative, launched during the Saudi Arabian Presidency, strives to achieve a 50% reduction in degraded land by 2040. With a focus on inspiring stakeholders, engaging the private sector, empowering civil society, and sharing knowledge, the initiative builds capacity among G20 members, nonmember countries, and stakeholders alike. Discover more at www.g20land.org or watch the video below.
Once again, a big thank you to the G20 Global Land Initiative for their significant support and commitment to SER2023 and SER. Together, we’re creating positive and lasting impacts in ecological restoration and land conservation.