Due to COVID-19 and efforts to cut travel emissions, GLF Bonn is a fully online event.

Videos

REDD+ money for green results? What REDD+ finance needs to succeed....

4 Jun 2018...

Successful implementation of REDD+ depends not only on sufficient finance, but also on the right governance for transparent, accountable interaction. This session starts with an exploration of REDD+ finance flows from donor to recipient countries, identifying where they go and where not, analyzing what this means for decisions on REDD+ finance and its management, and […]

Emerging Tech Innovation Driving New Landscape Sustainability Business Models....

4 Jun 2018...

This discussion forum will explore emerging technology innovation driven by open source software, blockchain, and other technologies that are being combined with new business incentive models to secure sustainable and more productive landscapes. The panel will feature practitioners from innovative cross-sector organizations that are addressing land tenure, forest supply chain, and environmental degradation challenges through […]

The Many Faces of Blended Finance for Forest Landscape Restoration....

4 Jun 2018...

This discussion forum will challenge the myth that progress on forest landscape restoration (FLR) is in most cases being hinderedby lack of funding and of “bankable projects.”Many models existalready for funding the transformation of landscapes through forest landscape restoration, andthese examples demonstrate that differing FLR interventions require different blends of public and private funding. Insights […]

Landscape Talks – GLF Investment Case Symposium....

31 May 2018...

Six speakers present their talks at the GLF Investment Case Symposium, Washington D.C, May 30th.

Investor Strategies for Land Tenure Risk Mitigation to Scale-up Landscape Investments....

31 May 2018...

This discussion forum will focus on practical examples of land tenure risk mitigation approaches from live investment cases, strengths/weaknesses of various approaches, and recommendations for removing tenure barriers to investment. The session will also feature the results of a new Investor Survey on Land Rights conducted by USAID and Indufor covering investors’ perceptions of land […]

The Private Ask....

31 May 2018...

In this discussion forum, the World Bank Group will ask leading practitioners from the private sector what they need from the public sector to help them deliver on their commitments to create deforestation free supply chains, restore degraded lands, and improve social outcomes. Participants in the session will include representatives from the financial services, forestry, dairy and other agricultural products.

Plenary discussion – GLF Investment Case....

30 May 2018...

The Plenary discussion, featuring Robert Nasi, Tony Simons, Jennifer Pryce and Michael Jennings, outlined a broad range of issues including building durable links between sustainable projects, making an innovative business case for sustainable development, supporting decision makers and effecting delivery on the ground.