ThinkLandscape is a brand-new media platform bringing you original, knowledge-backed news and feature stories about climate and landscape solutions from around the world. These are stories you may not have heard before but won’t forget.
Our mission is to build a mass movement for a just, equitable and sustainable future. We know that time is running out to prevent the worst impacts of climate change, while other challenges, like biodiversity loss, pollution and inequality, aren’t far behind.
But we also know that doom and gloom won’t solve the complex and interconnected crises we face. That’s why we strive to elevate the voices at the forefront of change that often go unheard: people creating an impact through activism, restoration, sustainable finance, policymaking – you name it – to inspire you to create the change you want to see in the world.
Emmi Riikonen, Head of Digital Communications
Ming Chun Tang, Senior Editor
Eden Flaherty, Multimedia Editor
Inês Mateus, Multimedia Designer and Illustrator
Wigid Triyadi, Digital Platform and Web Lead
Ali Mahfud, WordPress Developer
Ilham Perdana, UX/UI Designer
Andrea Chávarri and Jessica Roasa, Social Media Coordinators
We’re hosted by the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF), the world’s largest knowledge-based platform on sustainable landscapes, designed to spark multi-stakeholder dialogue, share knowledge, inspire action and accelerate best practices in addressing the most complex problems facing our Earth and our communities. Since it began in 2013, the GLF has reached more than 2 billion people across its global and social media networks.
The GLF is dedicated to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and Paris Climate Agreement. It 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 and World Agroforestry (CIFOR-ICRAF), in collaboration with its co-founders UNEP and the World Bank, as well as 33 Charter Members.