Stakeholders and policy makers discuss how to successfully incentivise private investments in forest landscape restoration (FLR) to reach the targets of initiatives like the Bonn Challenge, New York Declaration and AFR100. These global FLR targets are not only ambitious but also very costly: According to FAO estimates approx. USD 50 billion per year will be needed. Public funding cannot accomplish this on its own but needs to motivate and support responsible private sector engagement. FLR business cases are presented to discuss what the private sector needs to invest in sustainable forest landscapes.
Tangu TumeoPrincipal Forestry Officer (AFR 100 National Focal Point)
Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining, Department of Forestry (Malawi)
Heiko WarnkenHead of Division Rural Development, Land Rights & Forests
Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
Alistair MonumentForest Practice Lead
Martin CremerDeputy Head
Frankfurt School – UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance
Shauna MatkovichSenior Sustainability Manager
The International Woodland Company (IWC)
Johannes SchweglerManaging Director
Liam O’MearaChief Executive Officer
The Bamboo Trading Company
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