What can we do together that we can’t on our own?More
How the islands that inspired Darwin’s Theories of Evolution continue to inspire fresh thinking for people and planet In late April, partners in the 1000 Landscapes for 1 Billion People initiative (1000L) came together for the first time since the start of the pandemic, to take stock, accelerate our work
Impact in the Forests ReportMore
Originally launched in 2016 this report makes the case that for sustainable forest management to work in the long term it must make business sense as well as ecological sense. Explore case examples from business solutions to combat deforestation in large forest landscapes in Asia.
Unfolding flowers and ripening fruitMore
Reflections on landscape readiness In the Northern Hemisphere, the June solstice last week marked Spring giving way to Summer. It’s a time celebrated by many cultures, in forests, farms, fields and gardens, as the buds of Spring flowers open, are pollinated and set fruit. Over the coming months, those fruits
Lessons from the Abbeyleix BogMore
Abbeyleix bog in a localised way replicates the five elements that are essential for integrated landscape management. Our communications manager Sabrina Russo recently visited with fellow WaterLANDS consortium partners, she shares her insights to celebrate World Peatlands day.
Hiring: Programme Development Consultation (Open)More
The Landscape Finance Lab is seeking a seasoned fundraiser to help meet short- and long-term core funding financial goals through the development of philanthropic partnerships. (Deadline extended to 6th June)
Hiring: Finance Coordinator (open)More
The Lab is seeking a top level sustainable finance professional for the role of Finance Coordinator. This position will lead the financing elements of sustainable landscapes for the Lab. Apply by 5pm CET, 15 April 2022.
Hiring: Program Manager (Closed)More
The Lab is seeking a (part-time) Programme Manager to support the Operations Lead in managing technical aspects of project management and program administration in the Lab. (Deadline extended to 15th March)
Hiring: Landscape Coordinator – Africa (Closed)More
The Lab is seeking a top level landscape professional for the role of Landscape Coordinator. This position will lead the development and management of the Lab portfolio of landscape programs in Africa. (Deadline extended to 15th March)
Hiring: Communications Manager (Closed)More
The Landscape Finance Lab is seeking a freelance Communications Manager, apply by 18th Feb 2022. We're keen to get someone who is great with social media, can de-jargon the landscape finance world and enjoys storytelling.
Reflecting on progress of investing at a landscape scale (Podcast episode)More
From Fiji to Slovakia and from Gabon to Scotland. Lab Director, Paul Chatterton caught up with Koen van Seijen on our current work to finance the regeneration of 85m hectares across 16 landscapes through a holistic system that “builds industries as a whole”. LISTEN TO THE CONVERSATION ON: Google Podcasts
A new path for the LabMore
We’re aware that many of our friends and supporters may have missed this news, so incase you did we wanted to share this new journey for the Landscape Finance Lab while honouring our founding partner. After 5 years of start up support by WWF, the Lab has systematised its operations
The Lab and Gold Standard join forces to scale up finance for sustainable landscapesMore
Gold Standard and the Landscape Finance Lab have signed an MoU to pursue cooperative projects that address corporate supply chain emissions among multiple companies with shared sourcing areas. As companies look to set and meet climate targets, holistic corporate collective action can support the regeneration and resilience of landscapes and