Cities4Forests + Partner Forests @ COP26

Partner Forest Coffee Truck

This micro-event space will be serving delicious food and drinks sourced directly from tropical forest communities on the front lines of conservation. Join us for a multimedia mobile food experience of coffee, chocolate, vanilla, ramón and brazil nuts.

 

In our adjacent "conference yurt" we will host Community Conservation Connections where we will gather representatives of these community enterprises (in person and virtually) to discuss the products featured from their forest region. The event will engage Glasgow residents and visitor with our tropical forest partners in conversation around food and drink that can support faraway forests. contact 

Where: Sustainable Glasgow Landing Site, Broomielaw, Glasgow

When: November 8-12   (see map below)

Also at: Construction Scotland Innovation Centre, Glasgow; November 1-5   (see map below)

Partner Forest Boardwalk

This boardwalk will feature wood sourced from the Carmelita, AFISAP, and CUSTOSEL community concessions in Petén, Guatemala, and the Iwokrama community in Guyana, two of the world’s best examples of community forest management, conserving vast areas of tropical forests. The boardwalk is a demonstration of Glasgow’s Partner Forest program and will link a variety of pavilions on the site. including the Partner Forest Food Truck. Our aim is for the Partner Forest ensemble to inspire other city leaders to participate in faraway forest conservation, which has some of the greatest returns on climate investment.

Where: Sustainable Glasgow Landing Site, Broomielaw, Glasgow

When: November 1-12   (see map below)

Also at: Construction Scotland Innovation Centre, Glasgow; November 1-12   (see map below)

At COP26 Cities4Forests is demonstrating the Partner Forest Program in the following events. 

The Partner Forest Program is designed for cities striving to engage their residents and meet challenging climate and biodiversity goals.

Cities4Forests' COP26 Events