Forest landscape restoration (FLR) has been hailed as one of the most critical and effective solutions to mitigate climate change. The need for such solutions is pressing: nearly a billion hectares of land, across the humid and semi-humid tropics alone, is degraded and requires urgent restoration. That’s why ITTO and its partners have issues guidelines, which lay out key principles and guiding elements for successful FLR.
- Posted 6 June 2021
6 guiding principles for successful restoration of tropical forest landscapes
Ollivier Girard, CIFOR
New Regional Director of Fisheries and the Blue Economy of Menabe, Tsiry Niaina Randrenjarivelo (yellow hat), participated in a USDA Forest Service-supported planting and monitoring of mangrove seedlings in the region. Photo credit: USDA Forest Service Johnnah Ranariniaina