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Would a decision on Article 6 of the Paris Agreement do more harm than good?
Mid-COP check-in on Article 6 negotiations with analyst Steve LeonardFind out more
The question is not if we move, but the question is if we are able to move quick enough, if we are able to move together and create the right alliances of the willing — alliances of those people who take a holistic approach in order to integrate sustainability into financing systems and economics.
The current system does not take in and does not fit the work we’re doing today. We need the system to change. Easy to say, harder to do.... the system is not built for this purpose.
Alignment between investors is key. It’s very difficult if you have people looking for money and nothing else and other stakeholders looking for Sustainable Development Goal improvement... We need to find the common ground.
We need efficient use of public money, only where it’s needed and for transition phases. The objective is not to compensate for imperfections or high risks; it is to compensate for the perception of high risk.
Much of the knowledge of how to reinvest is in this room.
We need to change some of the enablers out there, and one of them is banking... We really need to change the regulatory environment of banking on a global scale.
Every song has a dance, imagine if a song on tree planting goes viral. I have a tree to plant, dig, dig and plant. A tree cannot make a forest, but many trees. One voice, one song to restore our land.
It’s easy to wait for visionary leader, but individually and in communities we can already do a lot… it’s very important to start those small movements while we wait for the large movement.
11 Dec 2019
How to transform diets? Lower the price of protein and listen to the kids
Leading food scientist Bruce Campbell gives his views on eating meat in the age of climate change
11 Dec 2019
Case studies highlight best practices, critical aspects for using private finance in forest and landscape restoration
How did a community in the Dominican Republic use funds from a goldmine to convert disused sugarcane plantations and degraded farmland into fertile landscapes that benefit the local population? How did a smallholder farmers’ cooperative in Peru learn to process and sell cocoa, creating new income sources while reducing pressure on the rainforest?
10 Dec 2019
For Human Rights Day, hear the stories of two Indigenous women
At COP 25, a Maasai and a Selkup activist share what climate change looks like in their communities
9 Dec 2019
A ‘super-year’ in store for nature-based solutions
UNEP’s Tim Christophersen on the imminence of using nature to save it
Digital Summit: Land Tenure Reform in Africa and its Implication to Landscape Restoration on the Continent
Digital Summit: Bouncing back better after large forest fires
Digital Summit: Large scale restoration of agroecosystems – Opportunities and Challenges of participatory monitoring.
Digital summit: From river to coast – Collaboration to restore coastal and rural areas
The ocean is a part of me, Callie Veelenturf, USA
Digital summit: To carbon or not to carbon
Powering The Indonesian ArchipelagoThrough Rural Community Based Forest Biomass
Presented by Maria Wahono, President Commissioner of Clean Power Indonesia, ...
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