Biodiversity and Great Green Wall Day | Session 3
Africa, the second « green lung » of the planet and an invaluable reservoir of biodiversity, is at the forefront of climate change and biodiversity losses: it can and must take its place in existing multilateralism while inventing its own models of resilience.
Can the Great Green Wall, an emblematic project with great ambitions, give it this opportunity? How can its legitimacy be strengthened among local actors so that it can be included in operational strategies and development plans?
Cette session sera modérée par :
- Ronan Dantec, President of Climate Chance, Senator of Pays de la Loire, CCRE spokesperson
- Anne Raimat, Director of the Biodiversity Unit at Climate Chance
- Mr. Amadou Lamine Faye, former Minister Counsellor in charge of Pan-Africanism and the Diaspora, Municipal Counsellor of Ndiareme Limanoulaye, Senegal
- Dr. Aminata Ndoye, Ministry of Territorial Communities, Planning and Development, Senegal
- Oumar Ba, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Senegalese Agency for Reforestation and the GGW, Mayor of Ndiob, representative of the Pan-African Agency for the Great Green Wall, Senegal
- Aliou Guissé, University Professor, former Director of the Observatoire Hommes-Milieux Tessekere
- Abdelkader Dodo, Coordinator of the Water Department, Sahara and Sahel Observatory