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Reimagining Forests
- The Role of Regenerative Forestry in Biodiversity Restoration

Forests are crucial pillars of our ecosystem, hosting over 80% of terrestrial biodiversity and maintaining Earth's

ecological balance. They significantly influence climate, water cycles, food and energy security, and human

health.

This session presented innovative practices such as regenerative forestry and their potential to propel a

nature-positive economic transition, enhance ecosystem resilience, and facilitate the successful

implementation of the Global Biodiversity Framework. Speakers examined the role of financial mechanisms

in fostering regenerative forest management, a critical step towards achieving climate resilience and

biodiversity conservation. This session aimed to formulate actionable strategies and initiatives for promoting

regenerative forestry as a part of the larger goal of biodiversity restoration.

Forest
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Paul Rosolie

Founder, Junglekeepers

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Kristian Teleki

CEO, Fauna & Flora

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Dr Susan Gardner

Director Ecosystem Division, UNEP

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Harry Quicke

Senior Science Fellow, Envu

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Jennifer Tauli Corpuz

Global Policy and Advocacy Lead, Nia Tero

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