Breaking the vicious circle
Forest fires are a result of global warming, they also increase it. They cause more carbon to be released, increase temperatures, transforming land into
19 November 2018Featured, WeForest in the Media
Giant fans Vs Trees
Forests are our best Climate Changers
Engineers are trying to replicate what a tree does (absorb and store carbon) to reduce carbon pollution : what’s wrong with just using trees?
19 November 2018Featured, WeForest Video
Archbishop Desmond Tutu's wisdom continues to inspire us
  Thank you Archbishop Desmond Tutu for your wise words written for us 5 years ago. Your wisdom continues to inspire us. (Extract from the book: "
13 November 2018Featured
Teaching for Trees
Teaching a weekend course on Tropical Forest Restoration in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in exchange for trees being planted for WeForest's Atlantic Forest
25 October 2018FeaturedBrazil, wildlife corridors
Team Brazil
No one-size fits all approach for Restoration in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest
Brazil is one of the few tropical countries in the world with a national law that supports forest restoration in agricultural areas.  The ´Forest Code´
11 October 2018Featured, Science NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors
The Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5ºC released by the IPCC on October 6, 2018 reminds us that forests are one of the solutions to stop global
10 October 2018Featured
Women on their way to planting site
IPPC: "Global Warming of 1.5 °C special report". 6 Oct 2018
Our Summary   The global warming worse than expected, fortunately forestry is a big part of the solution. The Intergovernmental Panel on
10 October 2018Featured
Forest-Water Capacity Building in Ethiopia
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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Closely woven: water & carbon cycles
Written by Rachel Cohen and Marie-Noëlle Keijzer. The different ecosystems on earth play a crucial role in absorbing CO2 emissions, regulating
24 September 2018Featured, Science News
Setting the Standard for Forest and Landscape Restoration (FLR)
“Governments need quality standards to know whether we are achieving FLR or not. We don’t want FLR to be fake news” explained Rafael Chaves of the Secretariat
21 September 2018Featured, Science News
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Global Warming and Climate Change: Reasons to remain hopeful
"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
Restoring Forests and Landscapes: the key to a sustainable future
Land degradation already negatively impacts the lives of 3.2 billion people across the globe. Halting and reversing this degradation through Forest and
30 August 2018Featured, Science News