The Initiative has held international conferences, meetings and other events to discuss its concept and the issues facing socio-ecological production landscapes around the world. Please check this page for up-coming and past events.
The International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative (IPSI) aims to carry out activities under the Satoyama Initiative concept for the benefit of biodiversity and human well-being.
All IPSI members engage, in an appropriate capacity, in one or more of the activities promoted under IPSI. These activities are divided into five clusters, namely:
(1) Knowledge Facilitation
(2) Policy Research
(3) Research for Indicators
(4) Capacity Building
(5) On-the-ground activities
Ongoing activities of members provide common grounds with IPSI, and projects that are in accordance with one or more clusters above, carried out cooperatively by multiple member organisations are promoted as IPSI collaborative activities.