Yale’s Environmental Leadership & Training Initiative (ELTI) recently finalized a series of short videos highlighting courses delivered in partnership with International Union for Conservation of Nature in Togo, Madagascar and Ethiopia for environmental decision-makers. To view the videos, click the links below.
ELTI is an initiative of The Forest School at the Yale School of the Environment that supports the efforts of people to design and implement an array of land use practices and initiatives to conserve and restore tropical forests and native tree cover in human-dominated landscapes that are rich in biodiversity.
Learn more about ELTI’s work and approach:
Learn more about ELTI’s partnership with International Union for Conservation of Nature:
With the help of ELTI and the International Union for Conservation of Nature, environmental leaders from Ethiopia, Madagascar and Togo are working together to strengthen both their resolve and their technical skills to become better restoration leaders. To learn more about their efforts and their road to restoration, you can read this article by IUCN.
To learn more about the program visit the ELTI website.