This event explored key elements for a scalable strategy for land-based emissions reduction, drawing on lessons from the past decade on the strategic transformation of the energy sector.
This meeting brought together thought-leaders from the science and research communities, business organizations, civil society and philanthropy to map some of the critical no-regret interventions that could be scaled immediately and to identify the necessary investments needed to create the preconditions for disruptive change beyond 2030.
The Land Economy for Sustainability series aims to identify key knowledge gaps and to facilitate an in-depth, solutions-orientated consideration of the most pressing challenges facing the global land economy today. This series is supported by the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation.
Attendance at this event was by invitation only.
To enable as open a debate as possible, this event was held under the Chatham House Rule.