GLF News

How to use the GLF Climate 2022 conference platform

6 Oct 2022

Your welcome guide to GLF Africa 2022On 15 September 2022, the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) will host Africa’s most diverse conference on food,

Integrating forests + food systems to feed our future

27 Sep 2022

At the upcoming digital forum, we’ll dive deep into how agriculture and forestry can provide crucial tools to support sustainable development and tackle some of the world’s most pressing challenges

Bringing people virtually to Africa’s bushmeat hubs

16 Sep 2022

BONN, Germany (15 September 2022) – In the Congo Basin, over two million metric tonnes of wild meat – equivalent to tens of millions of individual animals – is harvested every year. 

Amid global climate and hunger crises, Africa is building a brighter food future

15 Sep 2022

Humanity is facing a climate emergency that is hitting Africa harder than anywhere else, even though the continent contributes just 4% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

How ‘green’ is your chocolate? Cooking up sustainable value chains in West Africa

14 Sep 2022

If you’ve eaten chocolate recently, chances are it came from Côte d’Ivoire or Ghana, the world’s two largest cocoa exporters.

Building stronger restoration partnerships through multistakeholder collaborations

14 Sep 2022

Outcomes from a Landscape Academy course

Transforming food systems in crises: How Africa can build a resilient food future

9 Sep 2022

The Global Landscapes Forum is convening a unique one-day virtual event that reaches millions of people and offers the latest insights on science, tools, practices, and local solutions needed to transform Africa’s food systems and build a resilient food future.

World’s largest initiative on sustainable wild meat launches a virtual tour

7 Sep 2022

(BONN, Germany, 7 September 2022) – Wild species have long served as a source of food and income for millions of rural people. But unsustainable levels of hunting are threatening the health, livelihoods and cultural identity of Indigenous Peoples and rural communities – and risk the extinction of hundreds of wildlife species. In addition, approximately 70 percent of emerging infectious diseases today, and almost all recent epidemics, originate from animals and particularly wildlife (e.g. Ebola virus, COVID-19, Lassa virus, HIV).

How to use the GLF Africa 2022 platform

24 Aug 2022

Your welcome guide to GLF Africa 2022On 15 September 2022, the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) will host Africa’s most diverse conference on food,

Meet the GLF South Coast Guatemala Chapter, Guatemala

24 Jun 2022

The GLF South Coast Guatemala chapter aims to promote forest landscape restoration in the Pacific lowlands of Guatemala and enable an exchange of experiences regionally and globally.