Exploring Nature-based solutions for source water protection on World Water Day
The theme of this year’s World Water Day is “Nature for Water”, and nature-based solutions (NBS) for water challenges are in the spotlight.READ MORE
Protecting forests means protecting mankind and protecting mankind means protecting forests we are in symbiosis
The world belatedly has discovered the power of soil, the power of forests, and the power of nature. I see clearly that the restoration and landscape approach has been gaining momentum.
As we modernize, we must support traditional knowledge systems, which are those linked to sustainable agriculture.
This is a movement worth building.
The very body that we carry is just an outcrop of this planet, so there is no good life without a good planet.
Restoring ecosystems and ecosystem services will come with economic and social benefits at the local and national level.
There is no trade-off between sustainability and profitable growth.
We are all stakeholders in the problems we address.
21 Mar 2018
Around Itaipu Dam, restoring forests replenishes water invigorating livelihoods
Bonn Challenge field visit
21 Mar 2018
Curb urban sprawl, conserve forest watershed to benefit flood-prone Jakarta
Development should be compact
20 Mar 2018
How to balance conservation and recreation in Toronto’s urban forests
Making space for nature
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