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Ingo Isernhagen
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What is your organisation? / Quelle is votre organisation?
EMBRAPA - Brazilian Corporation of Agricultural Research
Tell something about your work (brief) / Introduction bref de votre travail..
After finishing my Doctorate studies about native tree species direct seeding in southeastern Brazil, I'm working as a researcher at Embrapa Agrossilvipastoril in Mato Grosso state, Brazil (Cerrado - Amazon transition), leading projects which aim to investigate germination and ecology of native seeds and test different strategies for ecological restoration.
What are your key interests in FLR? / Quelles sont vos intérêts principales en FLR?
To improve the link between theory and practice of forest restoration.
What do you want to learn? / Que voulez vous apprendre?
I'd like to learn about new techniques of forest restoration and how to improve the communication of them among different actors.

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At 1:27pm on June 4, 2010, Cora van Oosten said…
Dear Ingo, how are you doing? Hopefully everything is fine. Have you seen the current discussions of block 5? Several of the topics are on the role of the private sector. Since this is your major topic, would it be nice for you to give a contribution? We are presently lacking a bit of the Brazilian perspectives, hence it would be really good to have some contributions from you, that is, if you have time... thanks a lot. Cora
At 11:50am on May 19, 2010, Joitske Hulsebosch said…
Hi Ingo, did you see this case from India? You may find it interesting!
Does it link to your topic of direct seeding of native tree species?.. You might share some of your research? Cheers, Joitske
At 10:33am on April 3, 2010, Cora van Oosten said…
Hi Ingo, would be a nice topic to tacle in a discussion, maybe also for a teleconference, in which we could invite clients and companies, to convince them that also the private sector has it's responsibilities towards sustainable development. Anyway, let's see how this first discussion will evolve, and keep this topic in mind for future discussions. Bye
At 10:58am on April 2, 2010, Cora van Oosten said…
Dear Ingo, thanks for joining our group. I like your profile, especially your working in the private sector. We do have few members representing the private sector, while I believe that companies have an increasing role to play in FLR. Maybe we should set up a special thread on private sector development in FLR, and better collaboration between private sector and governments/NGO's in this regard. You will have a lot to share with members from Ghana and Indonesia, esp. with Neil and Tara from APRIL company, who are restoring massive areas in Sumatra island (Indonesia). Other members have started introducing themselves, good timing for you to join in. Can you please upload your picture, so that people can see your face while discussing with you? bye Cora

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