InfoFLR is your first stop for news, resources, and updates on forest landscape restoration (FLR) around the world. Produced by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
Use these extensive lookup tables to see estimates of national and subnational emissions from deforestation and forest degradation as well as potential removals from FLR activities.
A new progress-tracking protocol from IUCN to help identify and showcase implementation of restoration commitments.
Brazil's Amazon rainforest is recognized as having the greatest biological diversity in the world. Through Bonn Challenge pledges by the Brazilian government and the Mata Atlântica Restoration Pact, 13 million hectares will be restored in Brazil by 2030.
Because of its varied geography and climate, Peru has a high biodiversity with 21,462 species of plants and animals reported as of 2003, 5,855 of them endemic. Peru committed to restoring 3.2 million hectares by 2020.
Russia has the world's largest forest reserves, known as "the lungs of Europe", second only to the Amazon Rainforest in the amount of carbon dioxide it absorbs. Russia possesses 10% of the world's arable land, and Lake Baikal alone contains over one-fifth of the world's fresh surface water.