Scoping Dialogue on 4Fs
1 June 2011 to 3 June 2011
Co-Chairs' SummaryCo-Chairs' Summary
Background PaperBackground Paper
Other MaterialsParticipant List
PresentationsWWF Welcome and 4Fs - Jason Clay (WWF) TFD and 4Fs Intiative Background - Gary Dunning (TFD) Forests for a Living Planet - Rod Taylor (WWF) Agriculture amd Forests Paths - WBCSD Vision 2050 - James Griffiths (WBCSD) Fuel and Forests New Pressures Added to Food, Feed and Fiber - Barbara Bramble (RSB) Forests and Fiber: Timber - Jane Lister (Liu Institute for Global Issues) Women and 4Fs - Jeannette Gurung (WOCAN) Landscape Restoration - Lars Laestadius (WRI) Breakout Session 1 Breakout Session 2 Moving the Issue Forward - Co-Chair Summary Presentation
The DC scoping dialogue was a crucial starting point for TFD’s 4F initiative. It gathered leaders from different stakeholder groups to identify key fracture lines on the topic and discuss how future dialogues and linked actions can contribute to overcoming them. It focused on the potential role and value of forests, and the supply of food, fuel, and fiber, in a future world where humanity is living within the Earth’s ecological limits and sharing its resources more equitably.
The dialogue was co-hosted by WWF US Headquarters.