Financing Integrated Landscape Management

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Finding funding can be the biggest obstacle

How do landscape initiatives find the financial support they need to get started, maintain operations, and improve outcomes? Who is investing in landscape management now, and what are the barriers to increased investment in the future?

If your organization or initiative is looking for ways to fund multiple objectives, the resources gathered here are meant to help.

Network Events

The Royal Society, London, United Kingdom June 10, 2015 - June 11, 2015

Global Landscapes Forum: The Investment Case

A two-day invitation-only event designed to convene the world’s leading thinkers, experts from investment banks, development banks, pension funds and corporate entities with senior government officials, to create hub for knowledge exchange around innovative solutions to finance.

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The Global Landscapes Forum, Paris December 5, 2015 | 15:30-17:00 CET

Investing in integrated landscapes to achieve the SDGs

Join Maryam Niamir-Fuller of UNEP in a conversation, moderated by Initiative secretariat chairperson Sara Scherr, on how to connect investors with stakeholders to generate the highest social and environmental outcomes in a landscape. This forum highlights opportunities for investors interested in integrated landscape approaches, innovative finance mechanisms and how to structure finance to achieve the SDGs.

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Landscape Experiences

Naivasha, Kenya • Lake Naivasha and surrounding environs, central Kenya

The Naivasha Landscape consists mainly of the Lake Naivasha watershed or catchment basin, which supports a highly vibrant intensive irrigation-based agriculture for cut flowers, livestock and dairy farming, geothermal power production, fishery and tourism industry.

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Useful Resources


Sustainable financing for forest and landscape restoration: Opportunities, challenges and the way forward

Unlocking the potential of forest and landscape restoration financing for UNCCD implementation.