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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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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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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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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
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Practical and positive climate action, for everyone
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We think you probably know by now - and just in case you don’t, here’s a helpful summary from the World Resources Institute.   Instead, we’d
18 August 2021Science News
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Community-led efforts will be key to completing the Great Green Wall
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Such a venture can only succeed if local communities are involved in the long-term, says writer Rachel Cernansky. “Newly planted trees can die of neglect
10 March 2021Science News
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Flux tower experiment is reaching for the skies
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The flux tower – which will measure the exchange of water, energy and carbon (CO2) between forests and the atmosphere – is part of a research project led by
18 August 2020Featured, Science NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors
Trees not simple solution
Tree planting is not a simple solution
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18 May 2020Featured, Science News
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How Does Biodiversity Affect Forest Stability?
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Engaging in applied research is one of the pillars of our organization. Recently, two students from KU Leuven (one of our science partners) completed their
4 July 2019Science NewsEthiopia Desa'a
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Measuring the Growth of African Juniper Trees
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Engaging in applied research is one of the pillars of our organization. Recently, two students from the Belgian university KU Leuven (one of our science
4 July 2019Science NewsEthiopia Desa'a
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Towering above restoration
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The relationship between forests, water and climate is complicated. To understand how forest restoration impacts water and climate processes, WeForest is
13 June 2019Science NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors