Forest Landscape Restoration

This page is a list of the most recently updated pages and stories that have been tagged “Forest Landscape Restoration” by IUCN thematic and regional units.
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Project title: Improving the way knowledge on forests is understood and used internationally Location: India Duration: December, 2016 – August, 2017 Project background: The Bonn Challenge is a...
Mangroves are critical coastal ecosystems that impact our lives. They nourish biodiversity as nursery grounds for many coastal and marine species and...
A short look at Mangroves against the storm IUCN and The Nature Conservancy are producing a global map with cutting edge analysis on the potential for, and challenges to, mangrove restoration. The...
Once thriving, mangroves contribute to building the soil they grow on. Loose sediments are swept into mangroves with the tides and river currents,...
Mangrove forests are extraordinary survivalists facing the full fury of the sea. Firmly anchored where the oceans hit land, they are able to withstand powerful wave action and heavy storm surges....
Calculating the value for money of investments in restoration is complex – but becoming clearer. Guatemala has made strides in forest landscape...
A small, multi-disciplinary team recently completed an assessment of IUCN’s contribution to forest landscape restoration in Guatemala and published their findings in Value for Money: Guatemala’s...
Explore our publications, briefs, newsletters and "Voices on Forests" videos Voices on Forests is a yearlong video series spotlighting the expertise of thought-leaders on the issues, science and...
Gender equity is a driving force for effective, equitable and sustainable environmental solutions. How do we ensure the forest landscape restoration...
Knowing that forest landscape restoration (FLR) opportunity assessments are stakeholder driven processes, the specific actions to ensure women and men fully participate in, and equally benefit from,...
Major high-level Bonn Challenge events moved global forest landscape restoration action forward last week – from a joint strategy to pursue...
With two high-level Bonn Challenge forest landscape restoration (FLR) events taking place in the Republic of Congo and Brazil in mid-March, expectations were high for progress towards the world’s...
From March 2017 to March 2018, 32 professionals shared their thoughts and expertise on forests in 30-second clips. Here is your chance to hear their...
Thought leaders from across the world have shared their experiences and perspectives on forest issues since IUCN launched a year of Voices on Forests in honour of the International Day of Forests in...
Forests and trees play a crucial role in managing urban flooding and protecting drinking water supplies. To maximise these benefits, nature-based...
Climate change is leading to an increased risk of flooding, with winter rainfall expected to be up to 35% heavier across much of Europe. Increasing urbanisation is exacerbating this problem – the...
March 16-17, Foz do Iguacu, Parana, Brazil will host prominent restoration leaders from around the world to move the Bonn Challenge agenda into the...
Seven years ago, the young Bonn Challenge global aspiration firmly placed forest landscape restoration (FLR) onto the international stage. Today it is the world’s foremost restoration initiative with...
The 3rd African Regional High-Level Roundtable on the Bonn Challenge will take place this week (14-15 March) in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. This...
The third African regional Bonn Challenge event brings together ministers, technical experts and representatives from the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS), the Central African...
Radio is generations old, but when combined with some ingenuity and a few modern technologies, it can accomplish great things. As farmers, foresters...
To accomplish its forest landscape restoration (FLR) goals, the government of Malawi confirmed through the ROAM process that engaging with farmers, specifically women, is critical to the adoption and...

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