Restoring Degraded Ecosystems: Regional and International Perspectives, 30 March 2015


Proceedings of the Symposium, Restoring Degraded Ecosystems: Regional and International Perspectives, 30 March 2015

On 30 March 2015, the RBG in cooperation with the Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens (ERA) held a Symposium on Restoring Degraded Ecosystems: Regional and International Perspectives at the Landmark Hotel, Amman. For more information, please click link here. 

The following is the proceedings of the symposium appears in either in a PDF file format within the links, or in a youtube video or both, as some of the speakers asked their presentations to be fully or partially protected.

The presentations are listed according to the symposium programme. 

Opening Words, videos:

Dr Stephen Blackmore, BGCI


H.E. Eng. Ahmad Al-Qatarneh, Ministry of Environment

 

HRH Princess Basma bint Ali, Royal Botanic Garden

 

Speakers' Presentations:

Dr Mustafa Al-Shudeifat, RBG, Community-Based Rangeland Restoration, Jordan

 

Eng Mufleh Al Abbadi, on behalf of Dr Hany Elshaer, IUCN, Egypt/Jordan

 

Dr Annette Patzelt, Oman Botanic Garden

 

Dr Khaled Sawalha, Al-Quds University Botanic Garden, Palestine

 

Zaher Redwan, Green Hands, Lebanon

 

Danielle de Nie, Commonland, International Landscape Restoration

 

John Liu, Environmental Thinker and Filmmaker

 

James Miller, Missouri Botanical Garden, USA

 

Stuart Cable and Oliver Whaley, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK

 

Tony Miller, Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, UK

 

Mark Nicholson, Brackenhurst Botanic Garden, Kenya

 

Godfrey Ruyonga, Tooro Botanical Garden, Uganda