Resources

How Local People Are Mapping Billions of Trees on Their Land

  • land use
  • restoration
  • landscapes
  • climate impacts
  • Forests
Woman stading next to a forest in Rwanda
  • land use
  • restoration
  • landscapes
  • climate impacts
  • Forests
Insights

Building Equitable Economies by Restoring Landscapes in India

  • Economics
  • Forests
  • restoration
Two people standing in a field at the edge of a mountain.
  • Economics
  • Forests
  • restoration

Bringing New Life to Fallen Urban Trees

  • circular economy
  • Economics
  • health
  • restoration
  • illegal logging
  • Climate
A pile of logs in a forest.
  • circular economy
  • Economics
  • health
  • restoration
  • illegal logging
  • Climate
Initiatives

The Land Accelerator

Africa woman tending agricultural land
Initiatives
Forested landscape being restored in Latin America

Want to Help the US Economy? Rethink the Trillion Trees Act

  • Forests
  • carbon removal
  • coronavirus
  • climate policy
  • restoration
  • United States
Planting trees with Nature Conservancy
  • Forests
  • carbon removal
  • coronavirus
  • climate policy
  • restoration
  • United States

How and Where to Plant 60 Billion Trees in the US

  • U.S. Climate
  • Forests
  • carbon removal
  • restoration
  • United States
U.S. Forest Service ranger walking in a timber area in Pisgah National Forest
  • U.S. Climate
  • Forests
  • carbon removal
  • restoration
  • United States
Insights

Deforestation Threatens the Mekong, but New Trees Are Growing in Surprising Places

  • forest monitoring
  • deforestation
  • restoration
  • Forests
Communities like this one in Vietnam are beginning to restore their trees, especially on farms and in villages. Photo by Terry Sunderland/CIFOR.
  • forest monitoring
  • deforestation
  • restoration
  • Forests
Insights
Satrio Adi Wicaksono (WRI), Wiratno (Director General for Natural Resources and Ecosystem Conservation), and Khouni Lomban Rawung (Ambassador for Celebes crested macaque conservation), at the National Conservation Day Celebration. Credit: WRI Indonesia
  • restoration
  • Forests
Insights
Learning about forest resilience with rangers. Photo: Leah Schleifer
  • Finance
  • fires
  • restoration
  • Forests
  • United States
  • Water
Insights

PODCAST: Putting People at the Heart of Restoring Degraded Land

  • podcasts
  • restoration
  • Forests
Gatsibo District Forest Officer, agronomists and farmer representatives participate in a social network analysis workshop. Credit: WRI/Kathleen Buckingham
  • podcasts
  • restoration
  • Forests
Firefighter in Arizona.
  • fires
  • restoration
  • Water
Insights

Destruction of Tropical Peatland Is an Overlooked Source of Emissions

  • deforestation
  • restoration
  • agriculture
  • mapping
  • commodities
Peat drainage canals
  • deforestation
  • restoration
  • agriculture
  • mapping
  • commodities
Insights

Crisis Response: When Trees Stop Storms and Deserts in Asia

  • Forests
  • deforestation
  • restoration
Mangrove forest in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta.
  • Forests
  • deforestation
  • restoration

Zooming In: The Real Reasons for Tree Cover Loss and Gain in Minnesota’s Oak Savanna

  • deforestation
  • Forests
  • mapping
  • restoration
Oak trees in Minnesota.
  • deforestation
  • Forests
  • mapping
  • restoration

Getting Governors on Board with Landscape Restoration

  • deforestation
  • restoration
  • Forests
Subnational programs on restoration, like Richardson’s River Ecosystem Restoration Initiative, can be found across the globe. Photo by Public Affairs/Flickr
  • deforestation
  • restoration
  • Forests
Restored forest lands in northern Oregon bring benefits to people and nature.
  • agriculture
  • restoration
  • Forests
  • United States

Clear Waters: Restoring Fish, Culture and Land in Central Oregon

  • aquaculture
  • fisheries
  • restoration
  • Forests
  • United States
Oxbow Conservation area. (Oregon, United States) Photo by Aaron Reuben/IUCN.
  • aquaculture
  • fisheries
  • restoration
  • Forests
  • United States
Insights
The trees planted on the Loess Plateau were biological settlers, foreigners to the arid landscape. (Loess Plateau, China) Photo by baggis/Flickr.
  • restoration
  • Forests
Insights
More than half of Brazil's native vegetation grows on private land. (Brazil) Photo by monocletophat123/Flickr.
  • agriculture
  • restoration
  • Forests

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