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Q&A with Cécile Ndjebet: Empowering Women Is Key to Better Forest Management in Cameroon

Differences in the ways men and women understand and use forests mean natural resource policies can result in significant gender-differentiated impacts that oftentimes put women at a disadvantage.

Cécile Ndjebet, a partner of WRI’s Governance of Forests Initiative, explains the challenges rural, forest-dependent women face in Cameroon, as well as solutions for overcoming these problems.

Rebranding Bamboo for Bonn: The 5 Million Hectare Restoration Pledge

Last month, 40 nations agreed to restore 5 million hectares (12.4 million acres) of degraded lands and areas of low-quality bamboo production into productive, healthy bamboo forests at the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan’s (INBAR) Ninth Council Session in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

This pledge will help answer the Bonn Challenge—an effort to pledge to have 150 million hectares (370 million acres) of degraded and deforested lands in restoration programs by 2020—and could create significant environmental and climate benefits, if bamboo can overcome its image problem.

Taking Culture into Account in Restoring China’s Loess Plateau

The restoration of China's Loess Plateau is unmatched in scale, yet the allure of non-native species to engineer a desired outcome in the landscape is common globally.

With changing climate and increasing populations, we need to restore landscapes to ensure the resilience of ecosystem services in the 21st century recognizing that cultural diversity is as important as biodiversity in restoration decisions.

Sustainable Procurement of Wood and Paper-based Products

This guide and resource kit provides simple, clear information about 10 key issues related to sustainable procurement of wood and paper-based products.

It is designed as an information support tool to assist users as they develop and implement their own procurement policies for forest...

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