WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT GLF
Restore ecosystems thru socially inclusive processes; degraded lands by establishing a climate resilient agriculture, biodiversity friendly agroforestry; establish integration of physical, natural infrastructure.
Environment, Natural Resources, El Salvador #glfcop24 #COP24
Japan is an industrial nation, but has high forest cover; in recent past deforestation due to development led to frequent disasters; We realized how much native forests meant, started replanting trees.
We are strongly committed to REDD+.
Deputy DG, Forestry Agency of Japan
We cannot address climate change without addressing other inequalities in communities.
Co-founder and CEO , Sixth World Solutions
Just knowing what is the total impact, especially when thinking about co-benefits, is a huge challenge.
Head of the Independent Evaluation Unit, Green Climate Fund
We’re going to change the financial market to make it work for everyone.
Founder and CEO, IIX (Impact Investment Exchange)
The Landscape Movement has done wonders in Latin America and Africa. It is now time to move to Caucasus and Central Asia to help implementing the Astana Resolution looking at drylands, mountains, bioenergy and natural based infrastructure as possible solutions to land degradation and climate change
Lead Natural Resources Management Specialist, Europe and Central Asia World Bank
The good thing is that despite the fact that indigenous people are subjected to criminalization and impunity, they continue to fight.
U.N. Special Rapporteur on The Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Governments need to step back and think about what this IPCC Special Report means and we need to ensure that all countries will support the Paris Agreement.
Executive Director, Greenpeace
18 Feb 2019
Turning research into practice: landscape approach takes off
New funds offer potential to study projects
15 Feb 2019
Satellite data show palm oil expansion is slowing in Borneo
Blog on SciDev.Net features insights into oil palm sector trends
14 Feb 2019
Valentine’s Day Special: Can chocolate survive climate change?
Diversifying cacao’s DNA could preserve its future
12 Feb 2019
Fresh funds to help clean up ocean plastics in Asia
New USD 1 billion investment focuses on Asian incubators
Violaine Berger – Forging public private civil society partnerships to address deforestation
Paola Agostini – A financial road map to turn wastelands into vital lands
Landscape Talks – Keeping with nature
Landscape Talks – GLF Investment Case Symposium
The role of media in driving change at the local level – Sonia Whitehead
Give local communities stewardship, not pressure, says One World – No Hunger leader Dr. Schmitz
What is the best way to plant trees? Ecologist Christopher Kettle reveals the secret
The role of African women in landscape restoration, a chart with Cècile Ndjebet
The new GLF Landscape Academy is ready to launch
Meet a young Kenyan influencer who uses photography to protect environment
Deforestation-free supply chains: How you can contribute to make your company more sustainable
“Voices of the Landscapes” Plenary
Johannes Schielein – Carrots or sticks? How can we promote pasture restoration without hurting small
Paul Laird – Those who keep the heart of landscape restoration beating
Yulia Stange – Using the law as a tool to reduce harm from land use change
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