SELECTED LIVE PREVIEW

2 June 2020 / Half day - Youth Forum

GMT+2 / CEST
Cooking Show
GLF Live
Sessions
Story Telling
Measuring Progress
Finance
14:30-15:30
Youth in Landscapes Initiative (YIL) with Wageningen University Youth in Landscapes Forum (WUYLF)

3 June 2020

GMT+2 / CEST
Cooking Show
GLF Live
Sessions
Story Telling
Measuring Progress
Finance
13:45-14:00
16:00-17:00
Storytelling track chapter 3: The state of the pages LIVE NOW

4 June 2020

GMT+2 / CEST
Cooking Show
GLF Live
Sessions
Story Telling
Measuring Progress
Finance
11:30-12:00
Facilitated networking (For mobile app users only) LIVE NOW
15:00-15:45
Storytelling track chapter 4: The body behind the byline LIVE NOW
20:00-20:30
Storytelling track chapter 6: The centrality of science LIVE NOW

5 June 2020

GMT+2 / CEST
Cooking Show
GLF Live
Sessions
Story Telling
Measuring Progress
Finance
11:00-12:00
12:00-12:30
15:30-16:00
Facilitated Networking (For mobile app users only) LIVE NOW
16:00-16:30
Storytelling track chapter 9: The digital landscape LIVE NOW
16:00-17:00
Learning Track: Measuring Progress
Measuring Progress Coffee Hour (For Whova Mobile App users only) LIVE NOW

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LIVE PREVIEW

The full conference experience, from home

No risks, no hassle. Just expert insights and networking from the comfort of your own home.

A 3 day, action-packed agenda

Enjoy an action-packed agenda with up to 15 sessions and workshops exploring all things food and livelihoods.

Meet experts and change-makers

Chefs, youth activists, policymakers and more will give inspiring talks and answer your questions live.

Network and connect

Connect one-on-one with other conference attendees or join moderated virtual coffee breaks and cocktail hours.

Dedicated learning tracks

Follow pre-curated sessions and workshops in any of our 3 dedicated learning tracks and get a recognition for your engagement/your participation.

Sponsors

Meet some of GLF’s speakers

Inger Andersen

Executive Director, UNEP

Ada Parellada

Chef, restaurant owner, author

Jane Goodall

The Jane Goodall Institute & UN Messenger of Peace

David Nabarro

WHO Special Envoy for COVID-19

Vanessa Nakate

Climate justice activist

Vandana Shiva

Scholar and environmental activist

Martien van Nieuwkoop

World Bank

Maria Flachsbarth

Parliamentary State Secretary, BMZ

H.E. Siti Nurbaya

Minister of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia

Jimmy Smith

International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

Christiane Paulus

DG for nature conservation, sustainable use of natural resources (BMU)



LEARNING TRACKS

Storytelling

The stories we tell about the environmental future will be pivotal to our shaping it in a way that helps us survive and thrive. GLF Bonn’s storytelling track will explore an array of storytelling mediums and practices for constructing narratives, understandings and actions around the environment and climate change.

Finance and Value Chains

Building sustainable value chains, which are both ecologically and socially sound, is thus critical to foster the conditions for resilient landscapes. This learning track will explore practices to boost the sustainability of value chains, and to mobilize green finance to help make this happen.

Measuring Progress

The past decade has witnessed a rapid deepening of the rigour of monitoring and evaluation, which has become the focus of much practical social science. This learning track aims to provide an overview of the essential role of evaluation to the work of the scientists, activists, and practitioners central to creating more sustainable food systems.

Organizations that engage with GLF

 

Contacts

GENERAL INQUIRIES

Kamal Prawiranegara

GLF Global Coordinator

k.prawiranegara@cgiar.org

MEDIA INQUIRIES

Melissa Angel

Communications Coordinator

m.kayeangel@cgiar.org

NETWORKING & PARTNERSHIPS

Nina Haase

Engagement and Growth Coordinator

n.haase@cgiar.org