WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT GLF
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
Landscapes and the way we use them are responsible for a quarter of global emissions; landscapes can be a solution to a third of them.
Chief, Policy and Resources Division and Deputy Director, U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization
After 10 years, #REDD+ has made good progress on the intermediate outcomes. But it’s not as much as we hoped. The next step is to address underlying drivers and economic incentives.
Professor, School of Economics and Business, Norwegian University of Life Sciences and CIFOR Senior Associate
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
17 Jan 2019
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“Voices of the Landscapes” Plenary
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