• 29 April 2021
  • 15:00-16:00 GMT+2

Restoration as an economic enterprise and driver of job creation

More than USD 300 billion per year will be needed to restore the world’s degraded lands and achieve Sustainable Development Goal 15 by 2030. Public financing is likely to be inadequate, meaning substantial private investment is needed to support restoration activities on the ground.

A crucial step is to identify and establish bankable or investable restoration projects to convince investors of the economic potential and feasibility of restoration beyond its environmental and social impacts.

This session presents several ongoing initiatives and existing tools to support entrepreneurs in developing a business case for sustainable restoration.

Setting the scene: FLR and the opportunities for job creation and social impact LIVE NOW
Bridging the capacity gap to reach scale required LIVE NOW
Panel discussion on concrete actions to support FLR and value chain development and Q&A LIVE NOW
Ulrich Apel