As part of the BIODEV2030 project and in collaboration with IUCN Senegal, LEAF led a consortium of national and international consultants to facilitate a multi-stakeholder dialogue to catalyse voluntary commitments from economic actors for biodiversity in the Niayes landscape in Thiès territory.
In April 2023, LEAF facilitated a three-day workshop for the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) to launch the development process of interim forest management standards in Côte d’Ivoire.
COP15 – Biodiversity Strategy Game Day with Pilot Projects and Trinity Centers Foundation Credit: LEAF Credit: LEAF Montréal, December 2022. As the eyes of the world were on the delegates at the United Nations Biodiversity Conference (COP15) of the Parties, haggling over buzzwords, punctuation, and the idea of whether or not to include Read more…
Claude about how Games can help fixing inaction in environmental issues: People lack experience what climate change really means. Games provide this experience. And can make you change your behaviour.
Together with our partner Biotope, our experts facilitated an institutional workshop on cohabitation of local communities and chimpanzees in Guinea.
CEO Claude Garcia has shared the power of games to resolve environmental conflicts during the TED X event in Zürich 2018.
Claude Garcia about why role-playing games should be played with decision makers who admit that they don’t know the solutions yet, but see that something needs to be done.
This is the question we asked at the game session at our side event of the Internationale Grüne Woche 2019 in Berlin.
By playing a palm oil supply chain game (CoPalCam), policy makers, local stakeholders and researchers gain a deeper understanding of the palm oil supply chain.
Can you support negotiations and policy development by playing a game? Yes, and it works. For the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Congo Basin Office we facilitate a workshop of their Regional Working Group on High Conservation Values.