REGISTER: Corruption in the environment: New perspectives
This session needs to be registered for separately from the Forum - scroll down to access the registration form, or copy the link into your browser: https://wwfus.zoom.us/webinar/register/8816141132688/WN_QtKPu-zhRaWvqzz61iJEsA.
This session is organised by Targeting Natural Resource Corruption, Knowledge Partner of the virtual 2021 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum.
The language of this session is English.
COVID-19 is the result of zoonotic transmission, an ongoing threat as habitats are increasingly destroyed or encroached upon. The pandemic compounds the urgency for managing natural resources wisely as the globe builds back, already a critical issue in light of global climate change. Corruption undermines every aspect of wise management, and an expanded and informed constituency for addressing corruption’s impact on the environment is needed. This panel will present new research on the dynamics of corruption in natural resource management and new perspectives on the challenges of integrating effective response to corruption into the stewardship of our remaining natural resources. Panelists will discuss the impact of high-value resources and political interest on community-based natural resource management efforts in Madagascar; the effect of informal networks and norms on environmental management regimes in Peru; and challenges and opportunities building common ground across conservation and anti-corruption, with a focus on terminology, priorities, and alliances.
Elizabeth Hart, Chief of Party, Targeting Natural Resource Corruption, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) (Moderator)
Camila Gianella, Researcher, CMI
Kurt Holle, Country Representative, WWF Peru
Saul Mullard, Senior Adviser, U4-CMI
Richard Nash, Technical Lead, Governance Practice, WWF International
Nanie Ratsifandrihamanana, Country Director, WWF Madagascar
Aled Williams, Senior Adviser, U4-CMI