About GLF Climate 2021
Attended by 4,386 digital participants from 145 countries, along with 481 in-person participants at the University of Glasgow, the event featured 400 leading scientists, activists, Indigenous leaders, financiers, youth, and government leaders.
Across 67 plenaries, interactive sessions, launches, and climate talks, GLF Climate: Forests, Food, Finance – Frontiers of Change explored the potential of three key climate solutions: forest restoration, resilient food systems, and sustainable finance. Messages spread on social media rallied 41.34 million people around concrete ways to address the climate emergency as quickly as possible.
Saving and replanting Mozambique’s forest
Mozambique Renewables together, with partner Pamoja Moçambique, has developed a hybrid cooking stove that runs entirely on agri-residues to eliminate the use of wood and charcoal as cooking fuels. The projects will be funded through the creation of high-quality Carbon Credits that meet multiple UN SDG’s and include numerous additionalities and are verified by the Gold Standard. Furthermore, our Local communities no longer need to cut trees to provide fuel so we can start the process of re-establishing community forests that combine conservation with food production from agroforestry to ensure their long-term viability.
- Whitepaper: Improving farmers livelihoods through sustainable cooking fuels and re-forestation for conservation and food production
- Mozambique Renewables: www.mo-re.uk
- Pamoja Cleantech: www.pamojacleantech.com