Investing In the Global Goal to Halt and Reverse Forest Loss and Land Degradation by 2030: The Critical Role of Business, Subnational Governments, and Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities
This event will feature three sessions in which different agents of change in the land use system transformation will put forward proven solutions and innovative actions to scale up efforts to protect, restore and sustainably manage forests.
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At COP26 more than 140 countries committed to work collectively to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030 while delivering sustainable development and promoting an inclusive rural transformation. At COP27, the Forests & Climate Leaders’ Partnership will be launched to unite action by government, business and community leaders, and shine a spotlight on global progress towards every year through 2030. This panel will highlight the necessity for countries to engage meaningfully with business, subnational governments, and Indigenous Peoples and local communities in order to reach their commitment to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030.
14:45-15:45 - Feeding the world while preserving forests: Achieving agricultural supply chains decoupled from deforestation (FAO)
15:45-16:45 - Indigenous and local government leadership in REDD+ Programs (Nature and Culture International)
16:45-17:45 - Increasing investment in nature for climate mitigation through the voluntary carbon market (Natural Climate Solutions Alliance)