Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto 2019: As it happened
On 13 May, more than 170 representatives of government, NGOs, Indigenous groups, the private sector, youth, civil society, science and media gathered at the International Conference Center in Kyoto, Japan, to connect, learn and share ideas and experiences on how to move from commitment to action in creating more sustainable landscapes. During the conference, the city of Kyoto announced it would reach zero emissions by 2050.
For the first time ever, GLF launched a Digital Edition, which aired climate change videos, special addresses and art streamed live from five continents, reaching over 2 million people on social media.
Take a look back on all of the GLF Kyoto 2019 highlights, from inspiring video addresses to informative presentations
U.N. FAO urges paradigm shift in landscapes at GLF Kyoto
Changes required to achieve zero deforestation, restore forests
Daisaku Kadokawa – Opening Plenary
Changing our ways: Photo Competition
Thank you to those who contributed to the GLF Kyoto Photo Competition, whether you submitted a picture or voted. It is our pleasure to showcase the winner.