Using cacao agroforestry systems to restore the Brazilian rainforest while improving livelihoods and producing deforestation-free commodities in Brazil.
The Community Environment Conservation Fund (CECF) is a conservation benefits sharing model developed and implemented by IUCN to address immediate community livelihood needs through a credit scheme.
The Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology has proven effective for countries in planning their restoration actions.
India is the seventh largest country by area, the second most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world. India lies within the Indomalaya ecozone and contains three biodiversity hotspots.
A principal rationale for restoring a landscape is to return ecosystem services in a way that makes the ecosystem functional and productive while providing for the needs of those who depend on the landscape.
At the highest levels of international organisations and governments, policies and guidelines often support engagement with local stakeholders, and include their representation.
With two high-level Bonn Challenge forest landscape restoration (FLR) events taking place in the Republic of Congo and Bra
The Ministerial Roundtable on Forest Landscape Restoration and the Bonn Challenge brings decision makers from the Caucasus and Central Asia together to discuss challenges and identify solutions related to forest landscape restoration.