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Upcoming event: Global Landscapes Forum in Nigeria Aug 29-30

Posted by Natalia Krasnodebska Aug 16, 2018 Posted in Landscape Networks

The GLF is the first global movement of its kind and the world’s largest science-led multi-sectoral platform on landscapes, bringing together world leaders, climate negotiators, policy makers, development practitioners, private sector representatives. Since 2013, over 25,000 stakeholders from more than 3,000 organizations and 110 countries have engaged with the GLF.  The next event is GLF Nairobi—Forest and Landscape Restoratio...d Opportunities, 29-30 August, Nairobi, Kenya.

This will be an unmissable event for those interested in forest and landscape restoration based in Africa.

For those of us around the world, there is an option to stream some of the sessions and discussions online. Follow this link to sign up to participate online

More about the event:

With an estimated 2.8 million hectares of forests lost each year, deforestation and land degradation remain significant challenges in Africa. Bringing together diverse public and private sector voices, alongside Indigenous Peoples, scientists and youth, the 2018 Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Africa Conference will foster political and community support to implement the AFR100 Initiative to restore 100 million hectares of degraded landscapes across Africa by 2030.

This regional conference will focus on the coordination and promotion of international, national and private sector support for forest and landscape restoration, while paving the way forward for forest and landscape restoration implementation.

Numerous country-level restoration success stories exist across the continent, including in Madagascar, Rwanda, Senegal, Uganda, Malawi, Ethiopia and Niger, where local communities have restored more than 5 million hectares of degraded landscapes. The 2018 GLF Africa Conference will showcase and discuss local to regional success stories and challenges, emphasizing ways to strengthen human, technical and financial capacities.

As a platform for thought-provoking discussions between experts, eyewitnesses, policymakers and the local public, the event will build on the critical momentum to offer emerging but concrete plans for combating deforestation and land degradation challenges in Africa.

We'll be participating online so send us your questions for the speakers if you are not able to join!

This post was edited on Aug 16, 2018 by Natalia Krasnodebska

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