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Thinking about whole landscapes, how do we link SDGs to managing climate risk and other challenges? Ten more days to submit your 3 best shots and get the chance to win prizes and showcase your work on the streets of Paris.

Learn the best tips and tricks for covering live events on major social media platforms, for writing about landscape issues, and the best social media strategies.
The boot camp takes place in Paris on 3–4 December. 


More and more restoration initiatives are unfolding across the developing world—and the questions remain the same: What works best? What role for rural people? Who has what rights over which land? And who benefits?


The SDGs include ending hunger, promoting good nutrition and health, and making agriculture sustainable. As never before, experts in forests, farming, and food are working together to get a better handle on the problems and craft solutions.

  • Expert blog: Why forests and food security go hand in hand and why there is hope.
  • Farming: AIRCA’s toolkit is helping smallholders secure food sustainably.


By 2050, the world could lose 20% of its natural areas. The health, economic, and community costs would be enormous.
The SDGs set the course, but we must take strides to reconcile development with nature, says The Nature Conservancy´s Justin Adams.
 
Frank Hajek, Nature Services Peru, says making farms and cities sustainable is not enough. “We need to develop robust models to sustain wilderness globally. It is not optional. It is a reality that is slowly sinking in!”


Youth in Landscapes

Meet our 50 young innovators

Fifty young landscape leaders will take the lead and work together to solve 5 key challenges before the GLF in Paris. The group’s strength is its diversity: 29 women and 21 men from 31 countries, with 23 participants from rural areas. Meet them here.  


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Forum speakers include:


Edgar Gutierrez Espeleta 
Minister of Environment and Energy, Costa Rica 

Rémi Allah-Kouadio 
Minister of Environment, Urban Sanitation and Sustainable Development, Côte d’Ivoire

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Featured videos



An invitation by GLF partners


'Our land', the winner of Think Forests video contest

 


Publications


Global Development Risk Assessment for natural habitat conversion

Operationalizing the integrated landscape approach in practice

Global Nutrition Report 2015: Actions and accountability to advance nutrition and sustainable development

 
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