Scaling-up Nature-based Solutions in Latin America

We invite the Cornell community to participate in the Special Seminar and Poster Session Scaling-up Nature-based Solutions in Latin America to bring together Cornell faculty, scientists and students, international fellows, experts from Latin America, and finance specialists to find joint solutions for challenges on climate change, biodiversity conservation, water, infrastructure, and financing.. Our speakers include:

Sergio Campos – Water and Sanitation Division Chief, Inter-American Development Bank

Diana Ulloa – Hubert H Humphrey Fellow at Cornell University / Co-Founder of Adaptation Latin America

Josh Cerra – Department Chair, Landscape Architecture, Cornell University

Edgar Mora Altamirano – Director, Center for Transformative Action, University for International Cooperation, Costa Rica

Johann Delgado – Coastal Solutions Fellow and PhD student at Cornell University / Co-Founder of Adaptation Latin America

The seminar is co-sponsored by the Coastal Solutions Fellows Program at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Cornell Global Development, Department of Landscape Architecture, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, the Atkinson Center for Sustainability and Adaptation Latin America.

Please register to participate by visiting our website.

As part of the seminar, we will host a Poster Session. We will discuss the different strategies in which Nature-based Solutions (NbS) are being implemented for conservation, sustainability, resiliency, and adaptation across Latin America. Calls are open for Cornell for Cornell scientists and students to participate with a poster presentation.

To submit your proposal to present a poster, please follow this link.

Register now, we have limited spaces!

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