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France’s environment minister Ségolène Royal and UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner have confirmed they will speak at the 2015 Global Landscapes Forum in Paris on 5-6 December.
 
More than 250 speakers will take part in the event, including:

  • Baroness Ariane de Rothschild, banker, businesswoman and philanthropist
  • Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, former finance minister of Nigeria
  • Abdon Nababan, Secretary General of AMAN


 


Are you a young journalist or communications professional, a social media wizard, or a university student looking to expand your horizons? If this sounds like you, the 2015 Social Reporting Boot Camp is where you want to be.

The boot camp will take place in Paris on 3-4 December, right before the 2015 Global Landscapes Forum.

Applications are now open—apply today

Looking for other ways to get involved in the biggest event in Paris alongside COP21?

  • SPEAK UP: Scientists, communicators, young innovators: apply by 2 October to take part in the Pecha Kucha-style Night on 6 December.
  • SHOW OFF YOUR TECH: Display your latest technology at the Forum’s landscapes laboratory. Applications close 28 September.


Are you 18-35, and passionate about sustainability? Here's a chance to join like-minded young professionals in tackling landscapes challenges.

Applications close 19 October — so get your application in now.
 


Seeking to harness the power of the financial sector, a growing multi-stakeholder movement involved in the Global Landscapes Forum have come up with a Roadmap towards landscapes investments at scale that will guide actions from 2015 onwards.


How can we increase food security? By supporting smallholder agriculture and rural enterprises within healthy, sustainable and climate-smart landscapes — says AIRCA, a new alliance of international research and development institutes that has joined the 2015 Forum as an Implementing Partner.


There seems to be a consensus emerging on the value of landscape approaches, a CIFOR scientist writes in his report from Durban — but what do we need to do next? It is a time for urgent action, some say, whereas others argue that returns will ensue only by playing the long game.
 


Registration Now Open

 

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Steps Toward Green: Policy Responses to Commodity Agriculture in East and Southeast Asia

Steps Toward Green: Insights from Six Commodity Landscapes

Status quo of Climate-Smart Agriculture in West Africa

 
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