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Landscape management

Talkin’ ‘bout an evolution

Photo: Darwin mosaic by Charles Tsevis What do Darwin, the Sustainable Development Goals and landscapes research have in common? They’re all about evolution! Read up on scientists' recommendations for policy and practice, 17,000 papers later.

Photo: Mohammad Rakibul Hasan, 2015 Global Landscapes Forum photo competition “Yes, landscape restoration is complex, but so was investment in renewable energy 20 years ago.” Read up on the business case for restoration in this expert blog.

Wildlife conservation

Gotta stop catchin’ ‘em all

Photo: Adam Hanif, Asia-Pacific Rainforest Photo Competition Three things disappeared in the past 30 years: Floppy disks, Walkmans and half of Sumatra and Borneo’s forests. But like Pokémon, can we bring tropical wildlife back? Read the account of a scientist working in Sumatra’s Truman Corridore.

  • 76% of Asia-Pacific’s forests are not legally protected. Join the debate about their future at the Asia-Pacific Rainforest Summit (3-5 August, Brunei Darussalam).
  • Trees are wildlife too: REDD+ turns to tricks and tools from wildlife tracking to stop deforestation.

Nature may just be the sleeping giant in our fight against climate change. Read how scientists and investors regard its role.

  • Investing in nature: Marco Albani of TFA2020 and the World Economic Forum explains the historic shift in the forestry investment landscape.



Forests and Food: Addressing Hunger and Nutrition Across Sustainable Landscapes

Outcome Statement – Global Landscapes Forum: The Investment Case 2016

The Paris Agreement and the Future of Land Use in Brazil

2015 Global Landscapes Forum Donor and Partner Report

Landscape Finance: See all White Papers here
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