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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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Planting trees for our children
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As parents we want to be able to look into our children’s eyes and say we did our best. At WeForest, that means doing something to reverse the world’s climate
2 February 2017Partner NewsTanzaniaGeoaxioma
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Seeds that changed the world
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As we approach 15 million trees planted, we wanted to share some of our favourites. Gesho, jatropha and moringa all contribute immensely to the social,
31 January 2017Project News
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Re-visiting our new restoration site in Brazil
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After intensive months spent planting and restoring 270 hectares of forest, our team in Brazil, IPÊ, have just been back to visit the site and see the
20 January 2017Project NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors
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First seeds planted in Tigray
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We are excited to announce that the first of our nurseries is in operation in Tigray. The project, launched last year, restores forests through
18 January 2017Project NewsEthiopia Seret
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News from the field in Amhara
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Our project in Amhara, which focuses on restoring forests in order to create healthy and productive lands for rural families, is now well underway. We have
17 January 2017Project NewsEthiopia Amhara
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FORESTS AND FOOD SECURITY
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Harvesting food from forests can improve food security for rural families across the globe. Food security exists when everyone has access to sufficient, safe
16 January 2017Project News
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How gullies threaten livelihoods
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Meet Andwalem Adane, a local 5th grader living in Amhara, Ethiopia. He is worried about the gullies that currently scatter the landscape because it
5 January 2017Project NewsEthiopia Amhara
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Zambia's breath of fresh air
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Women in the Ajumani refugee camp in south Sudan came up with the name Peko Pe, meaning “no problem”, for a new stove that made it easier to
4 January 2017Project NewsZambia Luanshya
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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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On camera
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We’ve spoken a lot recently about the camera traps installed in our forests in Brazil’s Pontal do Paranapanema region. There's good reason for it too, because
29 December 2016Project NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors