Zambia is a landlocked country in southern Africa, with a tropical climate, and consists mostly of high plateaus with some hills and mountains, dissected by river valleys.
Today, the government of Brazil committed to restoring 12 million hectares of deforested land under the Bonn Challenge, joining 38 other countries, associations and companies in the global restoration effort.
On 3 December 2016, at the thirteenth Conference of Parties (COP13) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), the Government of Brazil announced its restoration commitments.
José Sarney Filho, Brazil's Environment Minister, spoke about the country's ambitious restoration commitments announced at COP13. Read his entire speech here. ###
On August 26, 2016, the second meeting of the Bonn Challenge Latin America 2016 was held in Panama City. This report summarises the proceedings of the session and provides updates on the work countries are undertaking towards the Bonn Challenge.
A new report explores the results of Viet Nam’s policies on protecting and restoring forests, with a special focus on the country’s efforts to implement sustainable forestry models.
Generating sufficient scientific knowledge to restore degraded land is critical in Africa because the continent largely depends on land and other natural resources for socioeconomi
Climate mitigation and adaptation are a country’s most pressing actions in the face of a looming global climate crisis –with catastrophic consequences already occurring in many coastal regions.
Colombia is a transcontinental country largely situated in the northwest of South America, with some territories in Central America.
How can the conservation of, or the increase of, forested landscapes in the name of human well-being be justified without identifying how humans actually benefit? It is undoubtedly an imprecise endeavour.