Ornamental Horticulture Products and Practices- Part of the Solution to Tackle Climate Change. Highlighted in Panel Discussions at COP28

The Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance (COHA) will be bringing to life the importance of Ornamental Horticulture towards society’s well-being during COP28 in Dubai.

Ornamental Horticulture products, like trees, shrubs, flowers and sod, have unique attributes that contribute to the mitigation of climate change. 

COHA represents ornamental horticulture farmers and service providers across Canada who are engaged in growing products, employing practices and providing services that mitigate climate change.  Our products support the environment ‘s well-being through carbon sequestration, wildlife habitat creation, water management, and restoration of degraded ecosystems.  Ornamental Horticulture is uniquely positioned to help populations globally.

On December 2nd at 13 :30, COHA is presenting at the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) Pavilion.  Panelists will discuss “Ornamental horticulture solutions that contribute to the resilience of the rural and urban environments.”  On December 11th at 10 :30, COHA will also part of a panel discussion entitled « Industry-Led Commitments to Agricultural Sustainability » at the IICA pavilion in Dubai.  Our presentations will be uploaded on IICA’s website (https://agroyaccionclimatica.iica.int/en/) .

For further information, see our website ( https://coha-acho.ca/) or contact us at 613-316-5443.