LLF commits one million USD per year to Namibian conservation bridge
We are delighted to announce the signing of a grant agreement to provide significant funding to conservation area Skeleton Coast-Etosha Bridge in north-western Namibia.
The agreement provides annual funding of one million USD per year under LLF’s perpetual funding model, which will help preserve the integrity of Madagascar’s climate-critical eastern rainforests and support the area’s ecosystem services.
Legacy Landscapes Fund (LLF) is delighted to present in full its Annual Report 2022, which documents our busy second year.
Legacy Landscapes Fund (LLF) is delighted to announce plans to fund seven new globally significant biodiversity areas in the next year.
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.
“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.
Germany pledges a further 30 million EUR and France confirms 15 million, while Norway comes on board with 10 million