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Sustainable Landscapes Co-creation and Partnership Opportunity

By Climatelinks

There is an urgent need to speed and scale up profitable business models that secure sustainable, deforestation-free supply chains. There is also a need to develop innovative strategies to scale landscape restoration and conservation. To support the co-creation of these models and strategies for Sustainable Landscapes, the Global Climate Change Office of USAID’s E3 Bureau (E3/GCC) posted to grants.gov and beta.sam.gov a new partnership opportunity.

USAID is seeking collaborative and integrated solutions to the challenges of 1) reducing commodity-driven deforestation, and 2) scaling up landscape restoration. USAID encourages participation from traditional and nontraditional organizations, including from the private sector.

USAID will convene an informational ("Industry Day") session on November 19 from 9-11 am. Register for the Industry Day session here.

Who should attend?

All organizations with interest in the two challenge themes described in USAID’s Sustainable Landscapes Broad Agency Announcement Addendum, including those interested in submitting EOIs or participating in co-creation as resource partners.

Click here to view more information about the upcoming Sustainable Landscapes Industry Day.

To view a recording of the event, go to this link and enter the access passcode found below.

Access Passcode: [email protected]

 

Topics
Carbon, Low Emission Development, Conflict and Governance, Forestry, Sustainable Land Management, Mitigation, Natural Resource Management, Private Sector Engagement, Partnership, Sustainable Landscapes
Region
Global

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Climatelinks is a global knowledge portal for USAID staff, implementing partners, and the broader community working at the intersection of climate change and international development. The portal curates and archives technical guidance and knowledge related to USAID’s work to help countries mitigate and adapt to climate change. 

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