• 29 April 2021
  • 13:45-14:45 GMT+2

Fighting climate change through resilient forest and landscape restoration

Could humanity solve the climate crisis by restoring the Earth’s landscapes?

This session will explore the potential of restoration in climate change mitigation and adaptation in the lead-up to COP26.
Speakers will discuss synergies generated between mitigation and adaptation, showcasing a range of successful case studies in Africa, particularly the Sahel region. The panel will emphasize the need to connect on-the-ground monitoring with global commitments and explore the role of community members in restoration initiatives, including gender dynamics and changing social and power relations. It will also examine ways to access and harness forest carbon finance.