We are poised at a critical moment in human and planetary history: the decisive decade to act against climate change and restore our relationship with nature. Over the last three days, we have heard extensively about why forests, food and finance are key to securing a sustainable future.

But what we have been doing is not enough. Transformative change requires radical collaboration and integrated action at speed and scale, across forests, food and finance – as we call them, the ‘frontiers of change’.

At the Closing Plenary of GLF Climate, be inspired and challenged by climate champions from the grassroots to the global. Ordinary citizens, activists, youth, Indigenous Peoples, local communities, business, government and development leaders will join us at the University of Glasgow – and online from around the world – to pave the way for action beyond COP26.

GLF Climate Closing Plenary – Frontiers of Change

  • Marcello Brito

    Leader and co-facilitator, Brazilian Coalition on Climate, Forest and Agriculture

  • Nonette Royo

    Executive Director, The Tenure Facility

  • Elizabeth Mrema

    Executive Secretary , UN Convention on Biological Diversity

  • David Saddington

    COP26 Nature Campaign at the United Kingdom Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)

  • Ibrahim Thiaw

    Executive Secretary, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)

  • Maria Helena Semedo

    Deputy Director-General and Chair , Collaborative Partnership on Forests, FAO

  • John Colmey

    Managing Director, GLF

  • Musonda Mumba

    Director , Rome Centre for Sustainable Development Nature, Climate and Energy

  • Jennifer Morris

    President, Conservation International

  • Yen Parico

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