International Satoyama Intiative

IPSI, the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative, promotes collaboration in the conservation and restoration of sustainable human-influenced natural environments (Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes: SEPLS) through broader global recognition of their value.

28-30 May 2019: IPSI Case Study Workshop in Tokyo, Japan

30/05/2019

[caption id="attachment_16314" align="alignnone" width="600"] Participants in the 2019 IPSI Case Study Workshop[/caption] A workshop was held by the IPSI Secretariat from 28 to 30 May 2019 at the United Nations University Headquarters in Tokyo,... [ more ]

2-6 September 2019: The Eighth IPSI Global Conference (IPSI-8) and Thematic Consultation

27/05/2019

The Eighth Global Conference of the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative (IPSI-8) is currently being planned for 2-6 September 2019 in Kumamoto, Japan, hosted by the Kumamoto Prefectural Government. A thematic consultation is also be... [ more ]

12 May 2019: Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019

12/05/2019

The Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019 was held on 12 May in Kyoto, Japan, bringing together around 170 representatives of government, NGOs, Indigenous groups, the private sector, youth, civil society, science and media for discussions of landsc... [ more ]

29 January 2019: CBD Regional Consultation Side Event “Multi-stakeholder partnership to enhance landscape and seascape approaches for biodiversity conservation and human livelihoods”

29/01/2019

The IPSI Secretariat at the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS), along with the Ministry of the Environment of Japan, Conservation International, and the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies... [ more ]

16-17 January 2019: International Workshop on Resilience Assessment of SEPLS

17/01/2019

An International Workshop on Resilience Assessment of SEPLS was held in Chinese Taipei, organized by IPSI partners the Soil and Water Conservation Bureau (SWCB) and the Society for Wildlife and Nature (SWAN International), focusing on the ... [ more ]