Scientific Summary 128 in IUFRO News Vol. 44, Issue 1, January 2015
A side event at the 2014 IUFRO World Congress discussed forest landscape restoration (FLR) as a strategy for mitigating and adapting to climate change.
Almost half of the global forest landscapes that have been deforested and/or severely degraded over the past centuries are considered as relevant target areas for forest landscape restoration. They account for about 2 billion hectares of degraded land and, once restored, potentially support the multiple environmental benefits provided by forests and trees.
IUFRO is pleased to partner with the World Resources Institute in implementing a joint project, financed by the German Ministry of Environment, called "Inspire, Support and Mobilize Forest and Landscape Restoration" in support of the Bonn Challenge Global Forest Landscape Restoration Policy Initiative.
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Forest Landscape Restoration as a Strategy for Mitigating and Adapting to Climate Change
Side Event at the XXIV IUFRO World Congress, 10 October 2014, Salt Lake City, USA
Report by John Stanturf, Palle Madsen, Promode Kant and Michael Kleine
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