Office of Climate Change, Biodiversity and Environment, FAO
Eduardo Mansur is the Director of the Office of Climate Change, Biodiversity and Environment (OCB) and officer in charge of Land and Water Division (NSL). He worked as Regional Forest Conservation Officer for South America with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN; 1995-1996). Joining FAO as Project Officer in Mozambique and Ecuador; then as Chief Technical Adviser (FAO Representation in Mozambique); later, as Policy Officer (Forestry; 2002-2007); Senior Forestry Officer, Regional Office for Africa, Accra, Ghana (2007-2008); assistant Director at the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) in Japan (2008-2012). Mr. Mansur was as Director of the Forest Assessment, Management and Conservation Division (2012-2016); and Director for Land and Water Division (NSL, 2016-2020). He holds a B.Sc. in Forestry (Paraná, Brazil) and a M.Sc. in Forest Economics (Helsinki, Finland).
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The GEF-7 Drylands Sustainable Landscapes Impact Program (DSL IP) aims at transforming the management of drylands in 11 countries across three geographical clusters; 1) the Miombo and Mopane ecosystems of Southern Africa, 2) the savanna and grasslands in East and West Africa and, 3) the temperate grasslands, savannas and shrublands of Central Asia. This session will bring partners and stakeholders from different sectors and scales (local, national, regional and global) together to share their respective perspectives on the dryland management challenges in the target regions and to discuss how the DSL IP’s programmatic approach will support them in overcoming these challenges. Read more: White Paper
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