IFEMA, Indigenous Peoples Pavilion (Green Zone)
When: Thursday, December 12, 2019, 4:30-6:00 pm CET Where: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion (in the Green Zone) Please check back for details!
IFEMA - Feria de Madrid, Blue Zone, Room 5
When: Thursday, December 12, 2019, 1:15 – 2:45 pm Where: Blue Zone, Room 5 Join Forest Trends and Amazonian indigenous leaders, academics, specialized media, Peruvian government representatives, donor countries, environmentalists and UN and multilateral agencies to discuss Indigenous climate action in the Amazon. Invisible Contribution, Unilateral Compensation: The climate programs (NDC, ER-PD, ERPA) have neither […]
IFEMA - IETA Business Hub @ COP25
When: Mon, December 9, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM CET Where: IETA Business Hub, COP25, IFEMA – Feria de Madrid Additional event details are available here. Historic and recent evidence is clear that the time to plant trees at-scale is now. Trees are an agreed-upon, low-cost, effective, and scalable approach to mitigating the impacts […]
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IFEMA - IETA Business Hub @ COP25
When: Thursday 5th December 2019, 12pm to 1:30pm Where: IETA Business Hub, COP25, IFEMA – Feria de Madrid Contact: Antoine Diemert, ICROA Programme Director To register, click here. ICROA has embarked on a series of workshops involving market stakeholders, civil society and national governments. The aim of these events is to set out the issues, […]
Anderson House - The Society of the Cincinnati, 2118 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008
For two decades, Forest Trends has pioneered the idea that creating economic value in our forests and natural ecosystems is one of the most powerful strategies for protecting them. That idea has taken us to incredible places. We incubated a fledgling movement promoting “natural infrastructure” for water and climate security in Peru that is now national policy. We’ve helped […]
Mandarin Oriental, 1330 Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, D.C.
Join AEMI and Forest Trends for a high-level gathering of public, private, and philanthropic communities in forestry, carbon, ecological restoration, water resources management, and corporate sustainability. Connect and network with leaders from corporations, local, state and federal agencies, regulators, consultants, providers, and users of offsets, policymakers, nonprofits and universities. This working summit will advance natural infrastructure and tools that […]
Tools for Designing and Implementing Green Infrastructure for the Latin American Water Sector; an update on Course Edition V.
Global, Training Course
Forest Trends, the Latin American Association of Water Regulators (ADERASA), and EcoDecision are pleased to announce a training series on the practical application of green infrastructure for water utilities and regulators in Latin America. Water professionals and their allies working on green infrastructure projects and policies in Latin America are cordially invited to register for […]
This year, from August 25-30, World Water Week brings water security and stability to the forefront of the global stage. This year, Forest Trends joins a discussion panel, Towards a Working Market for Green Infrastructure, August 29. Representing Forest Trends, Boris Ochoa-Tocachi from Imperial College London will be in Stockholm this week. This session will highlight developments […]
Delivering on Supply Chain Commitments: Closing the Accountability Loop in 2020 and Beyond The past two years have seen rapid progress in the emergence of norms and best practices for setting and implementing commitments to eliminate deforestation, ecosystem conversion, and human rights abuses from supply chains. There has also been a proliferation of tools and approaches […]
Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the majesty and mystery of the Mekong River and Region in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos with a unique group of experts who are working here to combat the impacts of deforestation and climate change, protect biodiversity, and partner with indigenous communities to protect their homeland. Our itinerary includes two […]