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Soil Regeneration: The under-told climate solution Film Screening

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Soil Regeneration: The under-told climate solution Film Screening

Regenerative Agriculture is quickly making a name for itself as one of the most important and crucial means to address humanities biggest crises, including climate change. Kiss the Ground Co-Founder Finian Makepeace is renowned for his in-depth, hands on, interactive workshops on soil health that leave participants with the ability to more powerfully advocate for healthy building soils through the adoption of regenerative agriculture.

Tropical Forest Alliance and the Consumer Goods Forum: Collective Action for a Forest Positive Future

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Tropical Forest Alliance and the Consumer Goods Forum: Collective Action for a Forest Positive Future

Approaching 2020 presents an opportunity to celebrate progress and showcase collective action to tackle commodity-driven deforestation. Experience has shown that working together can be time-consuming and complex, but the results can be high-impact.

This interactive session will highlight examples where collective action has led to transformation. At the same time, deforestation rates tell us that there is still much work ahead. What can we learn from the progress made to date as we head into the next decade of delivery and advance collective action post-2020?

Youth Empowerment in the Face of Climate & Ecological Breakdown: A workshop by youth, for youth

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Youth Empowerment in the Face of Climate & Ecological Breakdown: A workshop by youth, for youth

Youth Empowerment in the Face of Climate & Ecological Breakdown: A workshop by youth, for youth

"Youth Empowerment in the Face of Climate and Ecological Breakdown" is an interactive workshop-by-youth, for-youth, that aims to collaboratively address themes of youth engagement in solutions to the climate and nature crises.

Do NBS work?

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Do NBS work?

Do NBS work? Exploring the evidence that NBS can provide a triple win for climate, biodiversity, and poverty

Livestock and Grasslands: Support for a 1.5 degree future?

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Livestock and Grasslands: Support for a 1.5 degree future?

Grasslands and Savannahs are forgotten landscapes in conservation action. They offer carbon sequestration opportunities at an unparalleled scale while supporting food production, biodiversity, ecosystem services and have a high potential to contribute to greenhouse gas mitigation. Grasslands store three times more carbon than tropical rainforests. They are essential for food security and maintaining rural and indigenous cultures. Most are highly productive economically, supporting communities that depend on livestock for food and wealth.

Leveraging Climate-Smart Agriculture for Food Security, and Climate Resilience: A NBS Approach

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Leveraging Climate-Smart Agriculture for Food Security, and Climate Resilience: A NBS Approach

Recent global statistics put agricultural contribution to greenhouse gases at one-third, and 75% for deforestation, which implicates it as one of the foremost emitters of greenhouse gases, and contributor to climate change. As the backdrops of the climate crisis intensify and devastates communities, the effect on agriculture sector amounts to more than 26% of the total damage and loss from the climate crisis.

Forestopoly: The supply chain challenge

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Forestopoly: The supply chain challenge

Global demand for agricultural commodities such as soy and palm oil is driving tropical forest loss, destroying a crucial asset in the fight against climate change. Many retailers and consumer goods companies have made commitments to remove deforestation from their supply chains, but are struggling to make these commitments a reality.

Partnership for Greater Accountability

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Partnership for Greater Accountability

Partnership for Greater Accountability: How governments, civil society and companies can collaborate to achieve ethical supply chains

Natural Thinking – A series of ‘big ideas’ talks

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Natural Thinking – A series of ‘big ideas’ talks

  1. "Peatlands as a nature-based solution for global climate action (Svenja Schulze, Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany)
  2. Peatlands for a 1.5 Degree Future (H.E. Siti Nurbaya, Minister of Environment and Forests, Government of Indonesia)
  3. Soil Carbon World Tour (Deborah Bossio, The Nature Conservancy)
  4. 1000 Landscapes for 1 Billion People: Radical Collaboration to Regenerate Food Systems and Ecosystems (Sara J.

Leading the Way: Indigenous peoples, sustainable agriculture, and food systems for climate resilience

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Leading the Way: Indigenous peoples, sustainable agriculture, and food systems for climate resilience

Several international bodies, including the Center for Biological Diversity and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, have recognized the importance respecting the rights of Indigenous Peoples as a fundamental precept to develop meaningful and effective responses to Climate Change.