Telling stories about landscapes – GLF Bonn 2018 Media Workshop

19 Nov 2018

Telling stories about landscapes – Insights from media and science Join our first GLF online Media workshop, pitch stories and win reporting prizes and reporting grants Are you a journalist or a media specialist interested in sustainable development and the role that landscapes play in environmental and human wellbeing? There are many, many stories out […]

Local finance for forest and landscape restoration

19 Nov 2018

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is proud to partner with the WWF Landscape Finance Lab to present a webinar and learning forum concerning how finance can be directed for the benefit of local stakeholders engaged in Forest and Landscape Restoration (FLR). We will discuss investment mechanisms and strategies, and share […]

Engaging the Private Sector in Integrated Landscape Approaches: More examples from across Africa

11 Oct 2018

This digital summit will provide bring additional examples from new geographies, new voices, and new insights to this important topic.

Les tourbières : Un paysage à découvrir

21 Sep 2018

This Digital Summit will be conducted in French. Les tourbières sont l’un des écosystèmes les moins compris et les moins surveillés de la planète. Cependant, ils contiennent les plus fortes concentrations de carbone organique dans leur sol et constituent un refuge pour les espèces en voie de disparition. Ces zones humides spongieuses aident à protéger […]

Scaling up Forest Landscape Restoration commitments from local to regional level

4 Sep 2018

WWF’s digital summit will feature various perspectives on how to scale up Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) and increase the scale and scope of activities in Africa. Three different case studies and two government perspectives will be presented on the question: What is needed to get FLR under the scheme of the Bonn Challenge and its regional initiative AFR100 […]

GLF Nairobi Discussion Forum Interviews

23 Aug 2018

Tune in live as we follow up with the hosts of our discussion forums  to pick their brains about the sessions. With topics ranging across restoration, agroforestry, sustainable supply chains and more, you won’t want to miss out. During this session we will be going in-depth with discussion forum hosts to get the low-down on […]

Voices of the Landscape

22 Aug 2018

Following the Voices of the Landscape Plenary session, we will be joined for a live discussion with the panellists to shine a light on the efforts of their communities, some of them decades-long, in restoring degraded forests and landscapes. Participants will present key achievements, factors enabling such achievement and key opportunities for landscape restoration going […]

Agricultural supply chains as a driver for forest and landscape restoration

7 Aug 2018

Agricultural supply chains are responsible for over 70% of tropical deforestation, but can also be important drivers for reforestation and landscape restoration. While landscape initiatives emerge around international supply chains, sector initiatives strive to halt deforestation and reforest landscapes. But how can the sector be incentivized to invest in more sustainable landscapes? What role can […]

Mainstreaming Blue Carbon to meet Global Commitments

25 Jun 2018

Blue Carbon Summit You may wonder what Blue Carbon is and why it’s so important – and rightfully so. The protection and restoration of Blue Carbon is an area that has been ignored for so long. But the health of these neglected ecosystems has important implications for the global climate and sustainable development. Generally, Blue […]

Scaling up Social Enterprise for Sustainable Landscapes

22 May 2018

The Social Enterprise Alliance defines social enterprises as “organizations that address a basic unmet need or solve a social problem through a market-driven approach.” Social enterprises are businesses that use markets to provide goods and services, but they reinvest their earnings into social or environmental initiatives. Social enterprises are driven by environmental, cultural or social […]