From a surging interest in tree-planting to a new global agreement to turn the tide on deforestation by 2030, landscape restoration is entering everyday parlance as governments, businesses and individuals increasingly recognize the impact that the health of the environment has on our quality of life. Want to feel inspired by others’ restoration stories or even learn some tips for your own restoration project? Here, we invite you to peruse through some of Landscape News‘ best restoration and conservation stories from this year.
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Farming and ranching remain the main drivers of deforestation in Brazil, a new study from the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) has found. But any new government policy to combat the ...
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