Tag: forest landscape restoration

For addressing climate change and food systems at once, one solution - agroforestry - is coming more into view.

Forests bring ample return on investment, but the windfall of forest finance needed to jumpstart restoration proves elusive.

Forest restoration at scale can happen best when broken into smaller pieces and mixed with other land-uses in mosaic landscapes.

Tree planting has become one of the most popular pathways to landscape restoration. But does it always work?

A powerful way to restore degraded forests is to let them heal themselves through natural regeneration – but it takes time.

A critical exploration of the benefits and challenges of different avenues of forest restoration.

Three papers on agrifood sustainability through forests and trees launched at digital forum hosted by FAO and the GLF.

Wildlife Conservation Society Assistant program director Vicky Mbofu shares on her work restoring Tanzania’s Southern Highlands.

Azaria Kilimba’s pioneering work in community forest conservation has seen half a million hectares reclaimed for nature.

Conservationist Félix Ratelolahy recounts the lessons the Makira forest has taught him about restoring Madagascar to its ‘Green Island’ glory.

The 10 Billion Tree Tsunami could pilot a new financial mechanism – and set an example for other developing countries with forestation goals.

GLF Live with Malik Amin Aslam Khan and Mark Halle

Digital forum focuses on how to achieve restoration through local approaches, green jobs and links to climate and biodiversity.

Top forestry research organizations issue guidelines for scaling up tropical forest restoration with multiple benefits for stakeholders.