Beyond effective financial mobilization and adequate political momentum, successful restoration initiatives will require a ground swell of community support and action. This session will focus on innovative outreach tactics to mobilize public support while also assessing current progress towards building a landscape restoration movement.
In this session we will be motivated by inspiring performances, engaging panels, and creative ideas co-created by all attendees. By showcasing new voices – creators, innovators, and community activists – we seek to learn from waves created within broader environmental movements to identify new insights for application to restoration. It is our hope that this session will spark a new approach and mindset, encompassing cultural elements, for fostering public and community support towards FLR.