Nature for Life Hub
Humanity must urgently transform its relationship with nature if we are to avoid potentially catastrophic environmental, economic and social consequences for future generations, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) warned as it launches registration for its three-day (4-6 October 2021) virtual “Nature for Life Hub.”
This unique virtual event will take audiences on thematic journeys for a deep dive into specialist topics such as sustainable food production, transforming finance, and ecosystem protection, and will explore some of the practical solutions and ambitious actions that are paving a path toward a nature-positive future. Participants will include representatives from governments, international organizations, civil society, academia, local and indigenous communities and the private sector, with the aim of agreeing on a common agenda that lays the foundations for a ‘decade of hope and transformation’ for humanity and the environment.
Felipe, reNature’s founder, will be moderating a panel discussion on the 5th of October.