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Restoring forest landscapes: Forest landscape restoration aims to re-establish ecological integrity and enhance human well-being in degraded forest landscapes

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Maginnis, S. and Jackson, W. Restoring forest landscapes: Forest landscape restoration aims to re-establish ecological integrity and enhance human well-being in degraded forest landscapes. IUCN - The World Conservation Union.

Contact Info

Authors: Bill.Jackson@iucn.org; Stewart.Maginnis@iucn.org 

Affiliations

  • Head, Forest Conservation Programme IUCN - The World Conservation Union 
  • Director, Global Programme IUCN - The World Conservation Union 

Link(s)

Available at no cost:

https://cmsdata.iucn.org/downloads/restoring_forest_landscapes.pdf

Description

  • This paper sets the stage for forest degradation in the tropics today, making social in addition to environmental cases for forest landscape restoration.
  • The authors provide examples of successful restoration cases in Tanzania and Malaysia.

Ecosystems

  • General
  • Country

  • Tanzania
  • Malaysia
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