GLF Amazonia featured Landscapes For Our Future’s (LFF) work in South America, hosting a session entitled “Can we save the Amazon alone? Connections between the Amazon and its neighboring biomes” which focused on the diverse biophysical and socio-economic interconnections that exist between the Amazon and its neighbouring biomes. The session featured three LFF projects – those in Brazil-Paraguay, Ecuador and Colombia – and aimed to identify the threats and trade-offs deriving from pressures and interventions in these biomes, as well as potential Integrated Landscape Management solutions.
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An EU side event programme at COP 26 side event entitled, “Why Nature-based Solutions are crucial for Climate and Resilience” highlighted the crucial role of nature-based solutions in the face of impending and ongoing climate disasters, and featured Carolina Siqueira of the LFF project in Brazil-Paraguay.