PART I: Research results – what do we know?
09:30-10:00 Registration and coffee
10:00-10:10 Welcome and introduction
  Bo Netz, Sida
Finn Tarp, UNU-WIDER
10:10-10:45 The greening of aid
  Michael Tierney, The College of William and Mary
Chris Marcoux, DePauw University
     - Global perspective
Eseza Katerega, Makerere University
     - Case studies in Africa
10:45-11:20 Institutional innovations: what has worked and what could work?
  Yannick Glemarec, UN Multi-Donor Trust Funds
     - Global environment facility
Arild Angelsen, Norwegian University of Life Science
     - REDD++
11:20-12:00 Land use: how to cope in the 21st century?
  Ephraim Nkonya, the International Food Policy Research Institute
     - Sustainable land use in Africa
Thomas Hertel, Purdue University
     - Aid, international institutions, and global land use
12:00-12:45 Lunch
12:45-13:10 Achieving environmental goals in developing countries
  Helle Munk Ravnborg, Danish Institute for International Studies
     - Environmental governance and development co-operation
13:10-13:45 African energy futures
  Mafalda Duarte, African Development Bank
Yannick Glemarec, UN Multi-Donor Trust Funds
13:45-14:00 Coffee
  PART II: From research to policy – what could work?
14:00-14:05 Opening words
  Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, Sida
Finn Tarp, UNU-WIDER
14:05-14:45 Aid and environment: where are we heading?
  Finn Tarp, UNU-WIDER
Channing Arndt, Copenhagen University
     - Research synthesis
Wisdom Akpalu,  State University of New York
     - Discussion
14:45-15:45 Panel discussion
  Stephen Nana Ato Arthur, Member of Parliament, Ghana
Gunilla Carlsson, Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Christian Friis Bach, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
     - Aid and the environment: politics, policies and priorities
15:45-16:00 Closing remarks
  Tony Addison, UNU-WIDER
Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, Sida
16:00 Informal reception