28 Sep 2021
As thousands are planning to march through the streets of Glasgow as part of a global day of action during COP26, questions over the accessibility of the climate summit are growing louder. As young experts and activists are pointing out, youth tokenism cannot be framed as inclusion when many young people from Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Asia-Pacific and Indigenous communities – many of them now experiencing the impacts of the climate crisis first-hand – could be effectively barred
16 Sep 2021
Join us next week at the GLF Amazonia Digital Conference: The Tipping Point - Solutions from the Inside Out from 21-23 September. We’ve got 200 tickets to giveaway - first come, first served! Scroll down to find the code. Remember that GLF Amazonia is free for residents of countries in Latin America & Caribbean.
26 Aug 2021
Due to high-demand, we have added one more day to the GLF Amazonia conference! Tickets are now available – and we’re offering free admission to all Latin American and Caribbean residents. On 21–23 September, join GLF Amazonia for a conversation with Indigenous Peoples, Afro-descendants, local communities, scientists, practitioners, activists, investors and more as we discover ways to restore and conserve Amazonia for people and the planet.
29 Jul 2021
Are you restoring your landscape? Share your project with us and be the next Restoration Steward! Receive EURO 5000, plus mentorship and networking opportunities. Apply now and take your project to the next level.
29 Jun 2021
Exciting news! Applications are now open for the 2022 Restoration Stewards program. We’ll be selecting five young restoration practitioners to receive sponsorship, mentorship, networking, learning and more. Apply now to win EUR 5,000 to take your project to the next level.
27 May 2021
On 2-3 June 2021, Africa’s drylands will be in the spotlight at the GLF Africa Digital Conference: Restoring Africa’s Drylands. The conference will tackle issues of land degradation, climate change, conflict, and migration. Expect 7,000 attendees, with over 90% hailing from across the African continent, and 200+ speakers. Tune in to the Youth Daily Shows, which will feature eight young experts in four interactive sessions, and hear from the finalists of our video challenge.
27 Apr 2021
Did you know? Almost half of Africa's surface is categorized as drylands, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO). Drylands are particularly vulnerable to degradation and climate change, and restoring them is essential to the food security and livelihoods of more than 525 million people across Africa. On 2-3 June 2021, GLF will host a digital conference focused entirely on restoring Africa’s drylands, and on how integrative restoration practices can see them flourish once again. Earlybird tickets close
30 Mar 2021
Did you know? By 2030, the youth population in Africa could reach 1.3 billion. Young people are not only one of the largest demographics in Africa, but also bring the greatest enthusiasm, creativity and potential to innovation and restoration. On 2-3 June 2021, GLF will host a digital conference focused entirely on restoring Africa’s drylands, which stretch over two-thirds of the continent’s land area and are home to around 45% of its population – and they’re particularly vulnerable to degradation and climate change.
25 Feb 2021
After last year’s successful digital journey on biodiversity, this year the Youth in Landscapes Initiative (YIL) is taking you on a virtual ‘road trip’ to check out restoration practices across Africa’s drylands. If you’re a student or young professional with a strong interest in restoring Africa’s drylands, concerned about the degradation of your ecosystem, and eager to act, this trip is for you.
15 Feb 2021
Need some restoration inspiration, or just a chance to travel virtually to diverse corners of the globe and see new landscapes through local eyes? In this special edition of the Youth in Landscapes Initiative (YIL) newsletter, we’re excited to announce the launch of the Restoration Stewards blogs. This year, Camille, Marlon, Charity, Analì, Sumarni and Grace will share their restoration stories, including successes, challenges, progress and experiences.