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Members of the Board Strategic Planning Committee (BSPC) and invited panelists will discuss different important issues related to the new Global Strategy 2021-2026 while addressing what the strategy can mean for their topic of focus.
The session will be facilitated by John Ramsay, many times the facilitator of FSC General Assemblies. It will be introduced by Al Thorne and Zandra Martinez, Board of Directors and BSPC members discussing what they see as the main new elements in the strategy and how they expect it will change FSC.
Chris Elliott, Executive Director of the Climate and Land Use Alliance (CLUA) and member of the External Advisory Group for the Global Strategy, will reflect on how the new strategy compares to where FSC came from over 25 years ago.
This will be followed by three thematic sessions, cross-referencing the discussion with elements of the 3 strategies, goals and intended outcomes:
To close this session and pave the way forward, Kim Carstensen, FSC International Director General, will reflect on the discussions, perspectives, and opportunities to continue building the path for the years to come, together.
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