In focus Restoration

News - 28 Mar 2017
A ‘new school’ for valuing nature in making real-life decisions
Feature - 5 Nov 2013
Scientists note need for a shift from conservation-oriented perspectives towards increasing integration of poverty alleviation goals.

News - 26 Apr 2017
Local law and order
Can communities and legislation stop Indonesian peatfires?
News - 27 Mar 2017
Remittances and reforestation
Why returning migrants plant trees in Tajikistan
Event Coverage - 21 Feb 2017
Bioenergy in Indonesia
Exploring science for policy at an international workshop at CIFOR
News - 16 Feb 2017
Blue carbon science for sustainable development
Interest is growing among the scientific community about the powerful carbon capture and storage potential of mangroves
13 Feb 2017
Mother Nature often knows best
Why policymakers shouldn't overlook the benefits of natural regeneration in forest and landscape restoration
Interview - 23 Jan 2017
Time to get it together on mitigation and adaptation
An interview with scientist Bruno Locatelli on improving the design of climate change projects
Video Q&A - 18 Jan 2017
‘Restoration starts on the ground’
CIFOR scientist Manuel Guariguata speaks at CBD COP13
News - 12 Jan 2017
‘Green deserts’ or functional forests?
New research proposes a framework for assessing the benefits of planted forests
News - 4 Jan 2017
The cost of oversimplification
Study shows that when policymakers take shortcuts, the likelihood for under-performance of Payment for Environmental Services (PES) schemes is greater
News - 14 Dec 2016
Beyond tree planting
The case for natural regeneration of forests
News - 14 Dec 2016
Beyond tree planting
Video Q&A - 1 Dec 2016
Nazir Foead: ‘The keyword for us is cooperation’
The head of Indonesia’s Peatland Restoration Agency on the importance of taking a landscape approach