Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- If you have a digital ticket, the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) will be using the Inwink conference platform.
- If you’ll be attending in person, the event will be held at the University of Glasgow. Read more about the venue and traveling to Glasgow here.
UK time (UTC). The agenda will be displayed in the time zone set on your computer.
The event officially begins on 5 November and lasts until 7 November. Immediately after the conference, the Generation Restoration Film Festival will be held from 8–10 November, hosted by the GLF and the UN Environment Program (UNEP).
Until 22 October, tickets to attend digitally are priced between EUR 5 and 25. In-person tickets are priced at EUR 125 per day, or EUR 299 for all three days.
After 22 October, tickets to attend digitally will be priced between EUR 10 and 30, while in-person tickets will be priced at EUR 150 per day, or EUR 399 for all three days.
As this event is a mix of live and pre-recorded sessions, we recommend at least 1,5 Mbps. You can check on the status of your own connection by running an internet speed test, which will provide you with a measurement for both download and upload speeds. If you’ll be streaming sessions using mobile data, pay careful attention to the download speed, as this is the data you’ll be using.
The main sessions will be held in Bute Hall at the University of Glasgow. Read about the program, as well as information about traveling to Glasgow, booking accommodation, and COVID-19 protocols here.
No. The conference platform will be web-based only. If you’d like to follow the conference on your mobile phone or tablet, you’re in luck – the webpage is responsive to all devices.
You can turn notifications on and off on the Inwink platform by navigating to My Profile > My Information > My Notifications.
You can change your networking preferences on the Inwink platform by navigating to My Profile > My Information > My points of interest.
Selected sessions will be available on the GLF website at a minimum of two weeks after the conference has ended.
You will need to complete the post-event general participant survey, which will be available shortly after the event, to qualify for a certificate of participation. These will be issued in PDF format via your registered email to all who qualify.
GLF Climate will take place as scheduled on 5–7 November 2021 as a hybrid event. If you choose to host or attend an in-person watch party, you are responsible for following local guidelines. If you plan to attend in person, please refer to COVID-19 protocols at the event, as well as the official guidelines from the Scottish government.
To make your conference experience inclusive, meaningful, and positive, we kindly ask you to take a brief look at our etiquette before browsing the conference platform and adding sessions to your calendar.
This free online film festival, which will take place from 8–10 November, will air a series of short and feature films focused on the global land restoration movement. Hosted by GLF and UNEP in the aftermath of GLF Climate, it will convey the latest stories on landscape degradation and restoration from around the globe and facilitate exchange between creatives, community leaders, policymakers and global civil society.
Two interactive discussion panels will take place on 10 November, where viewers will be able to send your questions to the filmmakers themselves through a live chat box. A watch party will be offered to help viewers reflect and act with friends, family and their community on the topics covered at the festival.
The festival is organized in collaboration with the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), inspired by the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, and will debut at GLF Climate: Forests, Food, Finance – Frontiers of Change.
No. The Film Festival is free of charge; only an internet connection is needed to participate.