African Forum on Green Economy

Investing in Natural Capital for a Resilient Africa

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The Forum is

now concluded 

All our webinars, documents & case studies available for download here

An Online Conference for Africa's Future

The African Forum on Green Economy was a three month online exchange, held May - July 2020, which brought together leading experts to explore how African countries are pioneering the transition to greener, fairer economies. 


Although the Forum is now concluded, all of our expert webinars, themed discussions, and video case studies are available to view and download. Simply choose a session below.

Our Sessions


With expert panellists from business, government, investors and NGOs, the Forum explored inspiring stories from the forefront of Africa's efforts to tackle climate change, COVID-19, and sustainable development, across six different themes. Click below for access to videos, case studies, and briefings.

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About the organisers

The Africa Forum is part of the Economics for Nature programme, a six-year project being led by the Green Economy Coalition and its partners the Natural Capital Coalition, the Green Growth Knowledge Platform, WWF France and Finance Watch. The aim of Economics for Nature is to support development, economic and spatial planning processes to internalise the many values of nature.

The Forum is funded by MAVA Foundation and is being supported by IUCN Uganda country office. Other partners who have committed to offering resources and assistance are ACODE Uganda, Balfour Beatty, Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network, the Gaberone Declaration for Sustainability in Africa, GIZ Uganda, Green Growth Knowledge Partnership, Natural Eco Capital Nigeria, UNEP-WCMC, WWF-France and Vital Signs Uganda.

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