Pursuit: Predictive Modeling of the Relationships among Infrastructure, Resource Extraction, and Environmental Governance in Latin American Forests

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Time of Event: 
Wednesday, February 5, 2020 - 09:00 to Friday, February 7, 2020 - 17:00


"Predictive Modeling of the Relationships among Infrastructure, Resource Extraction, and Environmental Governance in Latin American Forests"

The pursuit will: (1) collate existing qualitative data into data sets on environmental governance, policy processes and infrastructure investment; and (2) relate these to data sets on financial flows, forest loss, resource extraction, infrastructure, indigenous and community territories, and protected areas. These combined data sets will be used to (3) develop predictive socio-ecological models of the relationships among investment flows, large-scale infrastructure, resource extraction and forest cover; and (4) incorporate into these models forms of environmental governance and the socio-political factors that drive governance regimes. The pursuit focuses on Latin America with a view to developing models and frameworks of relevance to forested regions of Indonesia and Central Africa also experiencing increased infrastructure investment.

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Event type: 
Project Meeting
Event Attendance: 
Private Working Group
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