The whims of weather patterns are often used as a barometer to determine the scale of climate change, but the solutions lie firmly on the ground. Join a journey across many landscapes to learn about solutions that lie within them; from bamboo growing in Ghana to ambitious plans for landscape restoration in Australia, from seascapes to mountains, reconnections will be made virtually through relationships to the land. Lessons will be learned from people working in hands-on roles on landscape-based climate change solutions.
Bamboo for Integrated Development Ghana
Peter Andrews OAMChair
Youth in Landscapes/reNature Foundation
Justin SpringerTechnical Assistant
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Paula CaballeroManaging Director, Climate and Water
Terry SunderlandUniversity of British Columbia
Anita DiederichsenForest Landscape Restoration Global Lead
In the months preceding the GLF, participating organizations and individuals will connect, share, learn and act around five themes:
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