Eastern Himalayan Rural Futures®:
Ecology for the New Economy
creating a Naturenomics™ Agenda – Ecology for the New Economy
The Great People's Forest 2030
A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR ACTION
At this juncture in time, we stand at a pivotal moment in history, with an array of crises that demand swift and collective action. Yet, the Eastern Himalayan region boasts a robust network of forward-thinking conservation and development organizations that prioritize the welfare of the people, bolstered by supportive governmental policies and India’s esteemed G20 Presidency. This creates a singular opportunity for a trailblazing new reforestation endeavor.
The 11th Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum 2023 will unite influential voices and nations to establish a network and agenda for the Eastern Himalayan region, promoting cross-border innovation, learning, and transboundary action. The forum will attract global participation, encompassing territories ranging from mountains to mangroves, to effectively scale up conservation efforts.
Distinguished leaders from government, businesses, civil society, academia, and grassroots communities will convene at the forum to devise solutions for the Eastern Himalayan region’s state of affairs and prioritize actions for the forthcoming year. The forum’s established network presents an unparalleled opportunity to orchestrate a coordinated yet localized initiative for forest restoration and protection throughout the region.
DRIVING THE REGIONAL AGENDA FOR THE ‘THE GREAT PEOPLE’S FOREST OF THE EASTERN HIMALAYAS’
From the towering peaks of the mountains to the lush forests of the mangroves, the Great People’s Forest of the Eastern Himalayas stands as a beacon, championing the cause to place this unique and vital region at the forefront of the global conservation agenda.
The 11th Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum is poised to convene a distinguished gathering of luminaries from across the Eastern Himalayan countries, including conservationists, policymakers, youth representatives, and academicians. The aim is to forge a regional agenda that identifies and supports bold solutions for rewilding, catalyzing an initiative that leverages the power of The Great People’s Forest to create a network of innovation, knowledge exchange, and transboundary action throughout the region.
The program agenda is currently being developed and will be uploaded soon
In the land of mighty Brahmaputra
The Greenwood Resort
How to Reach the Venue :
- Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is 34.6 km away from the property.
- Guwahati Railway Station is 13.5 km away from the property.
- Rupnath Brahma Inter-State Bus Terminal (ISBT) is 13.4 km away from the property.