The very body that we carry is just an outcrop of this planet, so there is no good life without a good planet.
There is no trade-off between sustainability and profitable growth.
Change is more likely to last if solutions are community-led. That puts them at the heart of our approach.
We need to do three things: (1) Take climate change seriously (2) Get angry with those with the most responsibility (3) Imagine the world that we have to hurry towards, a much better, healthier and fairer world of much stronger relationships powered by solidarity and empathy.
"Landscape restoration is the biggest response to the Sustainable Development Goals. Addressing the integrity of our landscapes addresses food, water and energy security, and even women’s rights. It is becoming one of the ways that climate action can be achieved at scale. The Global Landscapes Forum allows us to accelerate this vision."
This is a movement worth building.
We need to convince our citizens that we need a restoration program. We are proving that restoration is a big issue, an urgent action that all actors should pay attention to.
We’re going to change the financial market to make it work for everyone.
19 Jun 2019
Why are people killed for protecting their natural lands?
Stories from Colombia, Indonesia and India
18 Jun 2019
Linger at the Landscape Learning Café for real insights into rights
Find out what's brewing at GLF Bonn 2019
Global Landscapes Forum interviews German State Secretary Jochen Flasbarth
Interview with El Salvador’s Minister of Environment and Natural Resources Lina Pohl
Interview with Hiroto Mitsugi – GLF Bonn 2018
Interview with Tim Christophersen – GLF Bonn 2018
Interview with Ada Osakwe – GLF Bonn 2018
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