Nature is an important part of the solution: conserving and restoring ecosystems can prevent further degradation.
Degraded landscapes negatively impact 3.2 million people and cost up to 10 percent of many countries’ GDP in lost ecosystem services….We need to act now. The situation is urgent. Time is not on our side.
Coordination adapts to the progress of the restoration, making it evolve. The process is long, that's why it requires an active collaboration of different stakeholders from the government and private sector.
Like the rivers, we must continue to flow on - and the goal for this generation is restoration. It’s time to reconnect with nature, feel it, and act immediately
I think all of us should be ‘prisoners of hope’. We shouldn’t preach doom and gloom. We should be talking about what can be done to benefit all of us on this planet.
We need to link farmers and customers: “If a farmer knows his customer, he will never poison their food. If a customer knows the farmer growing his food, they won’t bargain with him.
The pandemic is a clear and present sign that we are doing something wrong, and a gateway to do something better.
How do we reconnect with nature? We do it by falling in love with what gives us life. That means restoring the water protectors which are the salmon runs
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Can soil inoculation accelerate carbon sequestration in forests?
Newly popular field of soil microbiome restoration research offers hope
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Tech stars tackle landscape restoration in the Aral Sea in innovative competition
Four winners receive funding to solve socioeconomic and environmental challenges in Central Asia
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