GLF at COP25: Climate Action in the Landscape
Government officials, international organizations and NGOs, youth, Indigenous leaders, and researchers will come together to connect, learn and share their ideas to boost climate action within landscapes.
On 8 December, this climate-focused GLF event will unfold in Santiago, Chile alongside COP25. Ecosystem restoration, sustainable finance, biodiversity, and integrated land use will be core to the discussions on how we can move faster and better in keeping global warming below 2°C.
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WHY SHOULD YOU COME?
You should come to discover how agribusiness can reach sustainable heights through success stories of agroforestry, sustainable grazing, shaded cocoa, coffee plantations, and more. The event will also build a conversation on how a rights based approach and its principles are a key component of climate action and risk mitigation for businesses and investors.
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Indigenous Livelihoods Enhancement Partners (ILEPA)
Environment Policy Bureau, Kyoto City Government, Japan
Forestry Agency of Japan
The world’s largest knowledge-led multi-sectoral platform for integrated land use. Over 200 delegates will connect with top thinkers in government, international firms and land-use experts on the financial frontlines.
GLF at COP25 attracts people who are identifying solutions to the most pressing challenges facing forestry, agriculture and other land use sectors today.
Learn and disseminate simultaneously. Previous GLF events have attracted tens of thousands of viewers to the livestream, and reached tens of millions of people via social media.
"There is a sheer, a huge global deficit today of positive incentives in the land use sector. We have a carrot crisis on our hands. And a positive benefit can be liberating a farmer from bureaucracy. Making it easier to access credit so it takes one month instead of eight."
Executive Director Earth Innovation Institute
"Merging the vision of sustainability – a proactive assignment – with the reactive practice to climate change needs to be a continuous exercise. And it is at the landscape level where theory becomes practice, where this integration happens. "
Yolanda Navarro Kakabadse
President of WWF International
"I see the focus of the Forum as being highly relevant to the global effort to tackle climate change and to move towards sustainable development."
UN Development Programme Administrator and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations
Organizations that engage with GLF
What’s on The Agenda?
This event will bring together a diverse, multi-stakeholder audience for a deep-dive into how climate action in the landscapes can boost economic growth. At a time of great uncertainty for our climate and the world itself, we gather leaders from Indigenous and local communties, financial institutions, businesses, youth groups, activists, women, policy makers and heads of state to take climate action in the landscape.