LLF’s Portfolio to Double with Seven New Sites
Legacy Landscapes Fund (LLF) is delighted to announce plans to fund seven new globally significant biodiversity areas in the next year.
UN Report Highlights LLF’s Safeguards System
In a newly published report by the United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioners (OHCHR), LLF’s approach to social and environmental safeguards is cited as exemplary for development institutions across the world.
LLF and partners publish short paper on CTFs
“CTFs are the sole instrument which can facilitate the effective deployment of government funds in a long-term, transparent, and sustainable approach – independent of political priority changes and with exactly the long-term security that is required to solve the biodiversity crisis on the ground.”
Legacy Landscapes Fund alongside three partners within Nature Trust Alliance has published a short paper on the present and future role of Conservation Trust Funds (CTFs) in halting biodiversity loss and climate change.
The best stories of 2022 from our legacy landscapes
Fresh support and partnerships for LLF at COP15
Germany pledges a further 30 million EUR and France confirms 15 million, while Norway comes on board with 10 million
Register now for LLF’s upcoming COP15 event
Join Legacy Landscapes Fund at COP15 to discuss the threefold impact of financing protected areas for perpetuity. Please RSVP by 14 December.
A centre of conservation economy in North Luangwa
A team from Legacy Landscapes Fund recently visited North Luangwa National Park, a legacy landscape in northeastern Zambia. While there, they gained insight into the project’s efforts to promote national and international tourism, the inventive approach to contain human-wildlife conflict, and how nearby communities work together with the park to establish a conservation economy.
Exploring the spirit of enterprise in Gonarezhou
Three members of the Legacy Landscapes Fund team recently visited Gonarezhou National Park, a legacy landscape in south-eastern Zimbabwe. As well as coming face-to-face with some of the country’s most iconic animals, the team were struck by the park’s immense professionalism and success of community outreach efforts in the area.
Meet the new chair of LLF’s supervisory board
Dr. Heike Henn is Director for Climate, Energy and Environment at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Heike is the new chair of LLF’s supervisory board. She has almost 30 years of experience in development policy, including nearly two decades at BMZ.