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New research on ground level ozone
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Ground-level ozone is created by the chemical reactions between pollutants such as nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds in the presence of sunlight
6 May 2022Science NewsKatanino, Zambia, Malawi Mulanje
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Annual Report 2021
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2021 was a year of high-quality restoration, scaling up our impact, deepening and applying scientific knowledge, and demonstrating that forest restoration
3 May 2022WeForest Annual Report
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"Women at the helm of restoring cedar"
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  The report focuses on the women in the nurseries who have been raising the cedar for planting on the massif. It also features an interview with
28 March 2022WeForest in the MediaMalawi Mulanje
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It's time for a New Water Paradigm
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  When the water cycle is fully functioning, we have a healthy environment -  but when this system is disrupted, damage and loss is inevitable,
22 March 2022Science News
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At WeForest, every day is the International Day of Forests! 
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By 2025’s International Day of Forests, we want to have made those numbers even bigger: 93,000 hectares and 100 million trees! Want to be part of it?
21 March 2022Featured
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New GRO framework tracks progress and trends in ecosystem restoration
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The Global Restoration Observatory (GRO) have been busy lately. As well as launching a new website, they've just published a Restoration Project
9 March 2022Science News
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The challenges of growing Mulanje cedar
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  Since our project in Mount Mulanje started, we have made great progress towards restoring the afromontane forest with the endemic Mulanje cedar,
23 February 2022Malawi Mulanje
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Planter des arbres? 
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17 February 2022WeForest in the Media
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WeForest wins Mother Teresa Memorial Award for Social Justice 2021
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Mumbai-based NGO The Harmony Foundation bestows the award annually on organizations and individuals whose work aligns with the current needs of humanity
22 December 2021Featured
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How does forest restoration reduce soil erosion?
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The photo on the left shows that there is soil erosion upstream: the water is dark with sediment, heavy rainfall having disturbed the soil and carried it
7 December 2021Project NewsEthiopia Amhara
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Resilience workshop will provide pointers for restoration success
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We know by experience that restoration projects can only be successful if ecological resilience – the capacity of a landscape to withstand external pressures
22 October 2021Science News