Posts Tagged ‘#RestorationSnapshot’

Ethiopia: matching project plans to budget, and human resource capacity is crucial in FLR

We are now in the Sub-Saharan African country Ethiopia, “land of origins”, meaning origin of humankind, Arabica coffee, blue Nile, and many more. In the seventh blog post, the name of the restoration project is Ethiopia‚Äôs Landscape Restoration at Lower Meqii (Dugda area), Soddo district.

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How strong political support is helping restore forests in the Telangana state of India

Land of Taj Mahal and the second-most populous country in the world. India is the fourth country of the blog series on the Forest Landscape Restoration Implementation: Progress on the Ground.

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How to obtain desired results in forest restoration through technology and cooperation

Northern Mongolia, sub-taiga forest, Tujyin nars National park, is the second blog post of the FLR Snapshot Series. The second largest landlocked country in the world, land of Mongols, with breathtaking landscapes. Tujyin Nars Reforestation Initiative was created to restore pine forest that had been deforested and degraded due to improper forest harvesting and frequent fires. It has become one of the best examples of successful forest landscape restoration of deforested and degraded forests in northern Mongolia.

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