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The Global Forest Transition as a Human Affair
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Landscapes do not happen. We shape them. Changes to Earth’s forest landscapes are primarily driven by human social processes like economy, policy and
28 May 2020Science Publications
Advancing the forest and water nexus
Building Capacity on Forests and Water
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What is it for? Forests and water are closely intertwined and as such, forest-water considerations need to be integrated in landscape management. This new
3 December 2019Science PublicationsIndia Khasi Hills
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Climate-Smart Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa
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Time to talk with Dr. Aklilu Negussie, author and editor of some chapters of this book and WeForest’s Ethiopia Country Director, to hear all
20 August 2019Featured, Science Publications, WeForest Publications
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Forest-Water Capacity Building in Ethiopia
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WeForest, in collaboration with FAO's Forest and Water Programme and GIZ delivered a forest-water capacity building workshop in Mekelle, Ethiopia during June
1 October 2018Featured, Project News, Science PublicationsEthiopia Desa'a
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Global Warming and Climate Change: Reasons to remain hopeful
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"So what do we do ? It's simple. Be a hero (..) plant a tree...(...) But above all, remain hopeful". Read the full article from "Global Citizenship REVIEW",
3 September 2018Featured, Science Publications
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How to better prevent Beetle Damage on Ethiopian Frankincense Woodlands
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In a nutshell:  a species of wood-boring longhorn beetle is attacking Ethiopia’s frankincense woodlands. These woodlands are vital for Ethiopia's
25 May 2018Science PublicationsEthiopia Seret
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An exploratory survey of long horn beetle damage on the dryland flagship tree species Boswellia papyrifera (Del.) Hochst
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In the dry lowlands of Ethiopia, a Cerambycidae insect is threatening Boswellia papyrifera (Del.) Hochst, the white frankincense-producing tree. This has
15 January 2018Science Publications
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Water capacity building in INDIA
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WeForest, in collaboration with FAO's Forest and Water Programme and the Federation, organised a Forest-Water Capacity Building workshop in
28 July 2017Science PublicationsIndia Khasi Hills
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Cool insights for a hot world: trees and forests recycle water
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This article was originally published by Daisy Ouya, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF).  Anyone who has walked outside on a sunny day knows that
9 February 2017Science Publications
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Why do some projects fail?
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If we want to meet the ambitious forest restoration global targets set by the international community and stand a chance to stay under the 1.5°C temperature
9 February 2017Science PublicationsBrazil, wildlife corridors
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How pumas plant trees
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Pumas, and potentially other wild felids, could be helping to green the planet by planting trees. Zoologists have been arguing for decades that large
30 December 2016Science Publications, Project NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors
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The future of the jaguar in the Atlantic Forest
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The Atlantic Forest of Brazil, where WeForest is restoring and reconnecting patches of forest, is home to one of South America’s most
13 December 2016Science Publications, Project NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors