(From L-R) Dr Radhika Dave, Senior Programme Officer of the Bonn Challenge Barometer (IUCN),Felix Rurangwa, Senior Official of the Rwanda Water and Forestry Authority; Leslie Weldon, Deputy Chief of the USDA Forest Service; Lina Pohl, El Salvador Minister of Environment and Natural Resources; and Dr. Horst Freiberg, Head of Division of the Forest Division of German Ministry of Environment (BMUB) at the launch of the Bonn Challenge Barometer of Progress report. Photo by Pilar Valbuena/GLF

How the IUCN Bonn Challenge Barometer of Progress measures restoration efforts

Tracking protocol focuses on forest landscape restoration

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) updated delegates at the Global Landscapes Forum in Bonn, Germany on the Bonn Challenge Barometer of Progress. The tool details the activities of Brazil, Mexico, El Salvador, Rwanda, South Korea and the United States as they restore degraded and deforested landscapes. It is the only global progress tracking protocol focused on forest landscape restoration.



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