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IUCN World Conservation Congress: Reforest’Action meets international forest restoration stakeholders

From September 3rd to 11th, the last edition of the IUCN world congress took place in Marseille. This key international event gathered thousands of actors of nature conservation, ahead of the COPs. Over two days, Reforest’Action contributed to the global dialogue on the restoration of forests.

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Congress - IUCN - nature - FLR - decade - United Nations - Restoration - forest - reforestation

Reforest'Action becomes a member of the European Forest Institute

By becoming a member of the European Forest Institute, Reforest'Action intends to strengthen its dialogue with a variety of European forest stakeholders, including scientists. The aim is to continue to expand its work on the continent in the areas of forest restoration, afforestation and urban forests.

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European forests - international - protection - Restoration - Sciences

UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration: understanding its challenges in three steps

The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration will be officially launched on June 5th 2021 during World Environment Day. On this occasion, Reforest’Action is taking a closer look at this initiative which contributes to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals for 2030.

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international - United Nations - Restoration - forest - Ecosystem degradation - Resources - protection

Ecosystem restoration is essential for the climate and biodiversity

A scientific study published in October 2020 in the Nature journal revealed that restoration of areas damaged by industrial or agricultural exploitation could be far more effective than expected in combating global warming and biodiversity loss. However, ecosystem restoration currently receives only 1% of the funding dedicated to the global climate challenge. This key study was launched in anticipation of 2021, the first year of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

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Ecosystems - Restoration - Scientific Study