About 19 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
News - 5 Nov 2015Thinking restoration? Think big and think inclusive
Countries may need to change their approach if they are to meet commitments to restore millions of hectares of degraded land.
News - 6 Oct 2015Growth in Chile’s plantations may have spelled growth in poverty
Chile’s industrial tree plantations are making a lot of money … but not necessarily for the people who live near them.
News - 21 Sep 2015A little logging may go a long way
Amazonian forests could be used for harvesting both timber and Brazil nuts – if certain rules are followed.
News - 13 Mar 2015Restoring deforested landscapes means more than planting trees
A new wave of research highlights difficult decisions facing policymakers.
Interview - 24 Nov 2014Experts: Landscape restoration a delicate balance of people, policy, purpose
Three scientists discuss the promise and complications of the landscape approach.
News - 12 Jun 2014Despite stumbles, Colombia leading the way in ecological restoration
Scientists highlight room for improvement and a lack of landscape perspective.
News - 25 Mar 2014Study explores role of smallholder farmers in tree conservation
The need for more information on the dynamics links between farms and natural ecosystems
News - 23 Dec 2013BEST OF 2013: Is forest certification working?
dual-evaluation roadmap suggested to assess the impacts of certification.
News - 11 Dec 2013Degradation: When is a forest no longer a forest?
Scientists aim to clear up misconceptions and show that there are many dimensions to forest degradation.
News - 7 Nov 2013Harvesting both timber and Brazil nuts in Peru’s Amazon forests: Can they coexist?
Scientists search for more data to inform policy and best practice.