The Sustainable Landscapes and Commodities Forum ( November 30 – December 2)

A final update on our flagship conference: The Sustainable Landscapes and Commodities Forum (November 30 – December 2).

This virtual business conference will look at the practical steps business can take to restore landscapes and drive a nature and forest positive future. We’ll assess how business can build regenerative communities and what ‘transformational change’ means in practice for key commodity landscapes.    

We’ll be joined by 300+ global attendees from brands, producers, retailers, NGOs, finance and government. Agenda highlights include:

  • Hear what COP26 will mean for landscapes, forests, nature and commodities with The European Commission, FERN and IUCN
  • Mars, Nestlé, Musim Mas and Mondelēz International define ‘transformational change’ and discuss how it translates to action on the ground
  • Colgate-Palmolive, Golden Agri-Resources and L’Oréal discuss how corporate procurement can deliver SDG targets AND meet Scope III GHG objectives
  • Learn about where landscape approaches are working NOW with The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply of Brazil (MAPA) and IDH
  • Mighty Earth and Tesco engage in a friendly debate around whether company and campaign group priorities are diverging, and how to better align them
  • Dive into the details of regenerative agriculture in the supply chain with Cotton Connect, Cargill and BSI
  • Natura & Co and The Responsible Mica Initiative share cross industry learnings from landscape initiatives within mining
  • WWF, Unilever, APRIL and Everland discuss the role of sourcing companies and suppliers in forest and landscape restoration
  • Join The Hershey Company and AB InBev in an open discussion on market access for smallholders and how to drive real impact
  • Touton, Reckitt and LandScale on how to define measurable outcomes via key performance indicators on supply chain engagement by 2025
  • Vice presidents from Dole Foods and The Kraft Heinz Company provide practical examples where marketing can succeed in communicating complexity to consumers

You can see the full agenda here.

 There are multiple opportunities to network with the other 300+ attendees on the platform, set up 1:1 meetings, engage in the speed networking or make connections through the open discussions. The platform can also be used as a long term learning resource. All sessions are recorded and will be available to registered attendees for 12 months.

We still have a handful of early bird tickets available until the end of next week. Register your place before Friday 29th October to save GBP 75 on your pass.

Full registration details can be found here.