Connect with the Global Landscapes Forum!
Connect with the Global Landscapes Forum!

The Global Landscapes Forum: Climate Action for Sustainable Development will bring together nearly 500 experts and leaders – and thousands more online – in Marrakesh on 16 November to act against climate change. Confirmed speakers include chair of the renowned Green Belt Movement Wanjira Mathai, UNEP head Erik Solheim and Laura Tuck, vice president of sustainable development at the World Bank.

  • Watch the plenary events via the Forum's live streaming on 16 November. Check here for updates on how to engage with us.
  • Show the world that there are climate solutions out there by submitting your photo to the Global Landscapes Forum photo competition, or vote for your favorite.
  • Are you an enthusiastic professional communicator or social media coordinator? We are looking for social media users to join our advanced training and provide live coverage of the event. Check here for contact information.
  • Are you under 30 and attending GLF? Then join our youth session! If you won’t be in Marrakesh, register here to join one of our Youth in Landscapes Initiative interactive webinars.

Don’t forget to check out the agenda for the latest updates on the discussions in Marrakesh, which will include technologies to make supply chains more accessible and sustainable, mainstreaming gender in climate policy and landscape restoration in African drylands.

Join us to #ThinkLandscape and bring global commitments to local communities!

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UNDERSTANDING THE WAYS WE USE WILDLIFE
In the Congo Basin, looking at Pygmy and non-Pygmy impacts on forests.
COMMUNITY FORESTRY
WILD HONEY HARVEST
A living tradition in West Timor brings sweet rewards for forests and the community.
Action on Climate Change

With climate deals signed, the world is now gearing up for action.

Become part of the action with CIFOR at COP22, the 22nd Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, to be held from 7-18 November in Marrakesh, Morocco.

Follow CIFOR scientists and partners into global negotiations as they bring forward the latest research on the connections between climate change and blue carbon, gender, biodiversity, REDD+ and more.

CIFOR’s official UNFCCC side event on 10 November considers the question, ‘What is essential for transparency under the Paris Agreement?’.

Get the latest updates here.

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16 November 2016, Kenzi Club Agdal Medina, Marrakesh.
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21 - 26 Nov 2016, Kigali, Rwanda.
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2 - 5 Dec 2016, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
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