GLF News

Deforestation continues globally, if at a slower pace

19 Jun 2020

Forests underpin life on Earth. Globally, around 2.4 billion people or one third of the entire human population depend directly on forests for wood for cooking their daily meals.

GLF paves the way with largest digital environment conference

9 Jun 2020

On 3-5 June, Dr. Jane Goodall, Indian Yogi Sadhguru and more than 300 other speakers reimagined the future of food amid recovery plans from the COVID-19 pandemic in a global first: the largest-ever Global Landscapes Forum digital conference with 5,000 people from 185 countries. The event’s outcomes were twofold: tackling the transformation of global food systems and laying the foundation for global climate change conferences by bringing people together in a carbon-saving, interactive digital space.

Jane Goodall to speak at Global Landscapes Digital Conference 2020

5 Jun 2020

Jane Goodall, the world’s foremost expert on chimpanzees, will address at the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Digital Conference, which runs online from 3-5 June. In her address, she expands on widely-reported comments she made Tuesday, sounding the alarm for the urgency of food security, drawing from decades of working and living with local communities in Africa.

The Global Crop Diversity Trust joins forces with the Global Landscapes Forum for a food and nutrition secure future

4 Jun 2020

The Global Crop Diversity Trust (Crop Trust) has announced today the organisation will sign the Global Landscapes Forum charter, becoming its 29th member.

Rethinking food systems for human and planetary health at GLF Bonn Digital Conference 2020

2 Jun 2020

The Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Digital Conference, which will run online from 3-5 June, will kickstart a global conversation on how to ‘build back better’ and transform food systems to protect human well-being and planetary health in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

How to get the most out of the GLF Bonn Digital Conference: Food in the time of crises

29 May 2020

At the GLF Bonn Digital Conference 2020, great minds from across the globe will gather online around the challenge of feeding a growing population without over-exploiting the planet. As the COVID-19 pandemic puts systems on pause right now across the Earth, it’s the perfect moment to explore how to ‘build back better’: to transform our food systems and plot a future with long-term planetary health and human well-being at the fore.

Meet the GLF Social Media Ambassadors

28 May 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has hammered home that every person on the planet has a role to play in protecting human, animal and environmental health. But how can we reach those who are overwhelmed, uncommitted or don’t know where to start? 

Cómo aprovechar al máximo la conferencia digital GLF Bonn: La alimentación en tiempos de crisis

20 May 2020

At the GLF Bonn Digital Conference 2020, great minds from across the globe will gather online around the challenge of feeding a growing population without over-exploiting the planet. As the COVID-19 pandemic puts systems on pause right now across the Earth, it’s the perfect moment to explore how to ‘build back better’: to transform our food systems and plot a future with long-term planetary health and human well-being at the fore.

Comment tirer le meilleur parti de la conférence numérique du GLF Bonn : L’alimentation en temps de crise

19 May 2020

Lors de la conférence numérique GLF Bonn 2020, de grands esprits du monde entier se réuniront en ligne autour du défi de nourrir une population croissante sans surexploiter la planète. Alors que la pandémie COVID-19 met les systèmes en pause à travers la Terre, c'est le moment idéal d’explorer comment « reconstruire en mieux » : pour transformer nos systèmes alimentaires et tracer un avenir où la santé de la planète et le bien-être humain seront en avant

Rethinking food systems to protect human and planetary health at GLF Bonn Digital Conference 2020

15 May 2020

The Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Digital Conference, which will run online from 3-5 June, will kickstart a global conversation on how to transform food systems to protect human well-being and planetary health in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Speakersinclude Executive Director of UN Environment Inger Andersen, Special Envoy of WHO Director General on COVID-19 David Nabarro, and emerging African climate activists Vanessa Nakate and Adenike Oladosu.