This episode lines up a rich variety of perspectives on the AFR100 Initiative, one of the most ambitious initiatives for restoring Africa’s degraded forest landscapes. Actors from across sectors and countries share their experience and lessons on restoration, mobilizing resources and their role in supporting this initiative currently spanning 25 African nations.
4 Jun 2018
The Role of Private Capital in Conservation
By expanding the carbon markets to new sectors and creating further demand for forest-based carbon credits at their true value, conservation finance is absolutely key to protecting critical ecosystems, and enabling businesses and consumers to take much needed climate action.
22 Jan 2018
Indigenous leaders: We can protect mother nature like nobody else
They are the custodians of land; they are the guardians of forests and natural resources. Indigenous people all over the world have protected their landscapes since the earliest times. They believe their expertise is indispensable if the world wants to improve land use management and tackle current environmental challenges.
21 Jan 2018
Landscapes what´s new? Meet the new Bonn Challenge Barometer of Progress
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) launched the Bonn Challenge Barometer of Progress that details the development Brazil, Mexico, El Salvador, Rwanda, South Korea and the United States are making in bringing degraded and deforested landscapes into restoration. It is the only global progress tracking protocol focused on forest landscape restoration.
21 Jan 2018
AFR100: Gateway to sustainable livelihoods in Africa
Listen to solutions on how to improve livelihoods, natural resources management and land restoration in Africa geared up by the panel discussion about the African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative (AFR100) at the Global Landscapes Forum event held in Bonn in December 2017. AFR100 is a country-led effort to bring 100 million hectares of deforested and […]