1) Poverty-Environment Evidence:
What examples can you share of the two-way links between multidimensional poverty and environmental degradation? What groups are affected by poor management of natural resources? How are the livelihoods of women and men living in poverty linked to: ecosystems and biodiversity; sustainable land management; oceans and water; climate change mitigation and adaption, and chemicals?
2) PEN Mainstreaming:
How are PEN approaches already being used and integrated into public policy making and investments? How are countries addressing the Poverty-Environment Nexus in different contexts to advance the SDGs? What tools and methodologies are being used to collect and use PEN data; inform national, sectoral and local planning; influence SD financing; and better coordinate PEN work across sectors?
3) PEN Partnerships:
What partnerships are being used to reduce poverty and ensure more inclusive and environmentally sustainable development pathways? How are governments, civil society, the private sector and international community working together at the local, national, regional and global level? What innovative forms of PEN collaboration can be scaled up and replicated?