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1 March 2022
Main photo: Dushanbe, capital city of Tajikistan. Image: Shutterstock/Vershinin89 The World Bank has approved $45 million (£33.6m) in grant financing to help Tajikistan to protect its natural resources and increase climate resilience.
18 October 2021
Mauritania's battle against encroaching desertification, which has damaged ecosystems and endangered species, has received a timely boost with the news that 200,000 hectares will be turned into a protected area to support biodiversity in the country.
16 September 2021
Towards the restoration of the ecosystem, the National Environment Agency (NEA) in collaboration with its GEF6 project has embarked on a mass community-tree planting exercise within the project implementation community of Kolley Kunda village, Sami District, CRR.
17 June 2021
Bonn, 17/06/2020 - World leaders are rallying support for a coordinated and coherent approach to reverse the loss of healthy land in light of the role it can play in the global efforts to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and to deal with the crises of climate change and the loss of biological
26 April 2021
Patches of forest cleared and tended by Indigenous communities but lost to time still show more food bounty for humans and animals than surrounding forests.
21 January 2021
This month, public sector, private sector and civil society organization partners jointly launched the Accessible Soils And Sustainable Environments (ASASE) project in Ghana. Over the coming four years, this groundbreaking initiative will be working towards an environmentally sustainable future for
23 December 2020
Once covered in vast tropical forests, East Kalimantan, in the Indonesian half of Borneo Island, is today the most intensively mined province in Indonesia. Surface mining for coal has left behind vast expanses of barren land across the province. Under Indonesian law, mining companies are
22 October 2020
Main photo: The yak (Bos grunniens and Bos mutus) is a long-haired bovid found throughout the Himalaya region of south Central Asia, the Tibetan Plateau and as far north as Mongolia and Russia. (Used under Creative Commons license) Flickr/Arian Zwegers An innovative community-based forest
12 October 2020
Land is essential to our lives – we grow food on it and rely on it for economic growth and development. In sub-Saharan Africa approximately 83% of people depend directly on land for survival.
7 October 2020
A call for evidence-based approaches and community engagement to increase tree cover This article was originally published by Landscape News.   
21 April 2020
The Can Gio Mangrove Biosphere Reserve, located in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City, is one of the world’s largest areas of reforested mangroves. BY MICHAEL TATARSKI ON 21 APRIL 2020 Mongabay Series: Global Forests

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