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The world's biggest land restoration programming

The Global EverGreening Alliance, the Government of Zambia, AFR100, African Natural Capital Alliance (ANCA), FSD Africa, and the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, is hosting the world's largest land restoration programming conference, bringing together NGOs, governments, the private sector, technical and scientific experts, and community representatives – some of the biggest change makers and action-takers in the world!


This spectacular event will take place next to one of the world's most extraordinary natural wonders – Victoria Falls – where participants will have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of GEA's Restore programs, including the complementary skills and capacities of implementing partners, community-led planning, and carbon offsetting methodologies and finance.


There will be opportunities to go into the field, meet local beneficiaries, take a deep dive into topics such as Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, and learn from technical experts and thought leaders from around the world.

The Accelerating Nature-based Solutions Conference embodies GEA's core mission

Uniting all stakeholders in our mission to EverGreen the Earth. The conference will provide the opportunity for effective collaboration in a way that is often not possible during remote communications, allowing stakeholders to strategise, plan, and contribute directly to delivering solutions.

The Global EverGreening Alliance

Hosting the Accelerating Nature-based Solutions Conference, alongside the Government of Zambia and AFR100 is the The Global EverGreening Alliance (GEA). GEA is the world’s largest environmental restoration alliance of research, conservation, and development sector organisations, focused on developing and delivering transformative projects to restore landscapes and rebuild livelihoods at scale. GEA unites over 100 of the world’s most capable research, development, and conservation NGOs to scale-up restoration efforts to address global development challenges, while making the earth greener. In so doing, GEA fosters collaboration, learning, sharing, efficiency and harmonisation across institutions, sectors, and borders. GEA is uniquely positioned to strategise, plan, coordinate and monitor large-scale land restoration programmes, being able to access the skills and on-the-ground expertise of major restoration NGOs and technical and research institutions globally. This on-the-ground network is complemented by state-of-the-art monitoring tools, aimed at bringing together the global view of restoration activities needed to deliver against the targets of the Paris Agreement.

WHEN: 11-15 March 2024

WHERE: Radisson Blu Mosi-Oa-Tunya, Livingstone Resort


  • The Global EverGreening Alliance’s global network of over 100 NGO members

  • Senior government representatives from across Africa and Asia

  • Community Representatives

  • Private Sector & Investors

  • Donors & Foundations

  • UN and Intergovernmental Agencies

  • Media

  • World leading technical and scientific experts

  • High-level Climate Champions

  • representatives

  • Race 2 Resilience representatives

  • UN Decade representatives

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