Initiative 20x20 is a country-led effort to bring 20 million hectares of land in Latin America and the Caribbean into restoration by 2020. The initiative—launched formally at COP 20 in Lima—will support the Bonn Challenge, a global commitment to restore 150 million hectares of land around the world by 2020.
Initiative 20x20 expects to publish its economic analysis on land use and restoration in Latin America and the Caribbean in late 2015.
AFR100 is a country-led effort to bring 100 million hectares of land in Africa into restoration by 2030. The initiative—launched formally at COP 21 in Paris— will support the Bonn Challenge, a global commitment to restore 150 million hectares of land around the world by 2020, the New York Declaration on Forests that builds on and extends the Bonn Challenge to 350 million hectares by 2030 and the African Resilient Landscapes Initiative (ARLI), an initiative to promote integrated landscape management with the goal of adapting to and mitigating climate change.
The Restoration Diagnostic
The Restoration Diagnostic is a structured method for identifying which key success factors for restoration are already in place, which are partially in place, and which are missing within a country or landscape that has restoration opportunities.
The Atlas of Forest and Landscape Restoration Opportunities
The Atlas of Forest and Landscape Restoration Opportunities is a tool to help stakeholders and decision makers identify opportunities for restoration across the globe.
Re-Greening is a process in which farmers protect and manage trees that naturally regenerate on their land, rather than cut them down. Regenerated trees and shrubs help restore degraded lands and provide many benefits – from increased crop yields, recharging groundwater, providing fodder and firewood, and storing carbon.
Click here for the Scaling Up: Regreening: Six Steps to Success Report, which highlights the benefits of “regreening” and its widespread adoption in Senegal, Burkina Faso, Niger, Mali, northern Ethiopia and Malawi, and identifies six steps to scale up regreening practices in Africa and beyond.