Unlocking Financial Pathways for Tropical Forest Restoration

Date: Saturday, 2 December 2023
Time: 14:00-15:00 h local time UAE (UTC +4)
Online: YouTube.com/@g20landinitiative
In-person: Land & Drought Resilience Pavilion, Blue Zone, Opportunity Petal, Thematic Arena 4, 1st floor, Stand 205
Date: Saturday, 2 December 2023

Brazil holds a promising landscape for expanding forest restoration efforts. Restoring 12 million hectares of degraded land is one of the country’s commitments under the climate change Convention. Leveraging Brazil’s upcoming presidency of the G20 and India’s recent presidency, both globally relevant in the field of forests and biodiversity, the panel will also discuss how the G20 Land Initiative can drive restoration efforts in the country.

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Mariana Barbosa

Legal and Institutional Relations Director at re.green

Patricia Ellen

Managing partner of Systemiq and co-founder of AYA

Juliana Lopes

Member of the Executive Group of the Brazil Climate, Forests, and Agriculture Coalition and Director…

Nabil Kadri

Deputy Managing Director for environment at BNDES - Brazilian Development Bank (TBC)

Fabíola Zerbini

Director of the Department of Forests, Ministry of the Environment (TBC)

Dr Muralee Thummarukudy

Director, G20 Global Land Initiative

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