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Land-use based mitigation for resilient climate pathways (LANDMARC) – Asia

The LANDMARC team led by the SEI Asia is organizing a series of regional engagement actions (platforms) to discuss land-based mitigation technologies and practices (LMTs) in their regional contexts (North Europe and Canada, South Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America), link them to the global perspective, enrich the LANDMARC models and inform decision-making at regional and global levels.

20 September 2022 at 14:00 ICT

ending at 16:00 ICT

Bangkok, Thailand and Online

Studies by the IPCC have identified the importance of removing CO₂ from the atmosphere to avoid dangerous levels of climate change by the end of this century. Land-based mitigation technologies (LMTs) are of special interest because of the opportunities for synergies with other Sustainable Development Goals.

However, many LMTs are still insufficiently understood. The LANDMARC project is filling this knowledge gap by employing a triangular research approach: the use of satellite data and soil sampling is combined with scenario modelling and stakeholder engagement.

Each platform will run a series of three online consultations, the first consultation of the series taking place on 1 September 2022 for North Europe and Canada. It will be followed by the consultation for Asia on 20 September 2022. Every consultation will bring together a group of 20 to 30 experts and practitioners of land-based climate mitigation. Afforestation, agroforestry, biochar, organic agriculture and Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage are the main LMTs that will be discussed across all platforms, but there may be regional variations. For example, Latin America will also focus on indigenous forest management and Asia will cover peatlands or dry-seeded rice.

This event focusing on Asia is one of five regional dialogues for different parts of the world. Stakeholder input is essential for designing narratives and informing regional and global models on the potential of various LMTs.


  1. Presentation of LANDMARC project (5 minutes)
  2. Presentation about Case studies Vietnam, Indonesia and Nepal (10 minutes)
  3. Presentation about LMTs in Asia and survey results (15 minutes)
  4. Break-out sessions about LMT trends (60 minutes)
  5. Discussion (25 minutes)
  6. Wrap-up and next steps (5 minutes)

SEI participants

Francis X. Johnson
Francis X. Johnson

Senior Research Fellow

SEI Asia

Stefan Bößner
Stefan Bößner

Research Fellow

SEI Asia

Kuntum Melati

Research Fellow

SEI Asia

Rajesh Daniel

Head of Communications, SEI Asia


SEI Asia


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