With the UK Government, the Global Landscapes Forum is convening this event on the sidelines of one of the most important climate summits in history, the 26th session of the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26) to accelerate action on land management and meet climate goals.
Over three days from 5 to 7 November, the event will hear from local climate activists, climate stewards, and Indigenous Peoples from around the world. Attendees will gain and share knowledge on the themes of forests, food and finance for a more sustainable future. The conference will bring together GLF’s community of 250,000 people from 185 countries. Over three days, it will examine country commitments, while addressing the real barriers that hamper landscape progress, while showcasing action on climate-smart landscapes. Coverage will be provided in English, Spanish and French.