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The GLF is a catalyst network for different stakeholders to come together and act around sustainable landscapes. Read more about the impact triggered at our events.Partners
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GLF Kyoto 201913 May 2019
- GLF Kyoto 2019
- GLF Bonn 2018
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- Digital summits
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GLF is 'Returning to Kyoto' in its first event of the year. Organized alongside the 49th session of the IPCC on the Special Report on Climate Change Land (SRCCL), this event will focus on the critical role of sustainable landscapes. Discussions will emphasize the roles of trade, food production, investment, lifestyle and diet in a climate-smart future.GLF Bonn 2018December 1-2, 2018
The GLF event sought to provide practice-oriented insights and solutions for moving from country pledges to action, accelerating investments in sustainable landscapes, upscaling successful cases, mobilizing decision-makers and building favorable policies and regulations.More Upcoming Events
Join the wide range of exciting events the GLF will be hosting in the upcoming year.Landscapes Talks
With inspiring presentations and direct speaker-audience engagement, Landscapes Talks showcase expert knowledge and personal experiences about the forces that are shaping our planet.Competitions
We aim to nurture and engage community through competitons with specific focus around sustainable natural resource.
- Food and Livelihoods
- Measuring Progress
Connect organizations and governments involved in global restoration initiatives that uphold indigenous rights and livelihoods through holistic landscape restoration efforts.Finance
Develop innovative financial instruments to fund restoration and strengthen the role of certification and accountability.Food and Livelihoods
Balance nutritional security with biodiversity, forests, climate, ensuring that enhancing food security and reducing environmental degradation are not seen as mutually exclusive entities.
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Dive into a global community of knowledge sharing on topics ranging from restoration and deforestation to desertification and land rights with our partners in national policy, civil society, corporations and international organizations.Landscape Academy
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