Landscape Resilience Fund
The Landscape Resilience Fund (LRF) is an impact-driven, independent foundation that mobilizes private and public climate finance for vulnerable smallholders and landscapes. The LRF was co-developed by South Pole and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to create a scalable way to support meaningful climate adaptation in rural landscapes.
The objective of the LRF is to enable the most vulnerable people in specific landscapes in the Global South to effectively adapt to climate change by using a blended finance approach, combining public, philanthropic, and private funding to create scalable ways to finance sustainable adaptation solutions.
The LRF works by financing small businesses and projects promoting sustainable land use management (SLM) and nature-based solutions (NbS) including climate-resilient agriculture and forestry, and other NbS.
Africa: Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia
Asia: Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, India
Latin America: Guatemala, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Peru
Enterprise Managing the Fund/Portfolio