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Trees can stop global warming: who will fund them?
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Climate change, or rather climate urgency is hot: it is on the streets, it is making headlines in the press, and it was central in the last May European
22 August 2019Featured
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Singing for Trees
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Cath Grant shared this song with WeForest, signifying the ecological importance of trees.   One thousand civilizations have we seen flourish
21 August 2019Featured
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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
Africa Programme Director
(CLOSED) WeForest is hiring: Africa Programme Director
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The Africa Programme Director will coordinate and reinforce WeForest’s existing restoration activities in the region and focus on developing new project
1 August 2019Featured, Job vacancies
Asia & Latin America Programme Director
(CLOSED) WeForest is hiring: Asia & Latin America Programme Director
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The Asia & Latin America Programme Director will coordinate and reinforce WeForest’s existing restoration activities in the regions and focus on
1 August 2019Featured, Job vacanciesBrazil, wildlife corridors
Quality and Planning Director
(CLOSED) WeForest is hiring: Quality and Planning Director
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The Quality and Planning Director is a cross-project position, providing technical leadership and coordination of operations strategic planning, processes
1 August 2019Featured, Job vacancies
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350 million trees in ONE day!
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Marie Noelle Keijzer, CEO of WeForest and Peter Kanowski, Professor of Forestry at the Australian National University comment on the Australian ABC
1 August 2019Featured, WeForest in the MediaEthiopia Desa'a
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Without women we have no chance of succeeding
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Women empowerment is key across our projects as well as taking into account their specific needs and availability, compared to men; without it, WeForest´s
24 July 2019Featured
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Trees in the spotlight
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The evergreen African Wild Olive grows in the Afromontane forests in Sudan, Somalia, Eastern tropical Africa and South Africa. She prefers the drier highland
26 June 2019Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Seret
Dragon tree
A dragon of a tree
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Desa’a forest located in the West Rift Valley of Northern Ethiopia is a habitat for several ecological, social and economical important plant species; such as
11 June 2019Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Desa'a
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We stop the flood: no more runoff and threat to our farmlands
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Environmental degradation has played a big role in most of Northern Ethiopia. Also the area of Tigray has long been a victim of land degradation, driven by
11 June 2019Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Desa'a
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Brazil as an agricultural powerhouse
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Agriculture is one of the main pillars for the Brazilian economy: 25% of the GDP over the past two decades was made up by agriculture and animal husbandry.
10 June 2019FeaturedBrazil, wildlife corridors