Best of Landscape News 2022: Finance and technology – Landscape – Landscape News

Green finance has continued to grow in 2022, bringing more investment and better infrastructure for building a sustainable future. That said, this money doesn’t always end up where it’s needed most, with those suffering the harshest effects of climate change still frequently lacking the finance they need to adapt to their new realities.
This year has also seen a boom in green tech, from farmer-focused apps to alternative energy, but the fundamental issues of power-hungry computing still remain. Below are some of Landscape News’ best articles of 2022 tackling the worlds finance and tech as they relate to the climate.
The Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) is the world’s largest knowledge-led platform on integrated land use, dedicated to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and Paris Climate Agreement. The Forum takes a holistic approach to create sustainable landscapes that are productive, prosperous, equitable and resilient and considers five cohesive themes of food and livelihoods, landscape restoration, rights, finance and measuring progress. It is led by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), in collaboration with its co-founders UNEP and the World Bank and Charter Members. Charter members: CIAT, CIFOR-ICRAF, CIRAD, Climate Focus, Conservation International, Crop Trust, Ecoagriculture Partners, The European Forest Institute, Evergreen Agriculture, FAO, FSC, GEF, GIZ, ICIMOD, IFOAM – Organics International, The International Livestock Research Institute, INBAR, IPMG, IUFRO, Rainforest Alliance, Rare, Rights and Resources Initiative, SAN, TMG-Think Tank for Sustainability, UNCCD, UNEP, Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation part of Wageningen Research, World Farmer Organization, World Bank Group, World Resources Institute, WWF International, Youth in Landscapes Initiative (YIL)


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