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Desaa Blog_Olive Juniperus
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
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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
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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
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Restoring trees for biodiversity and herbal gardens
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Restoring forests contributes to higher levels of biodiversity. After all, trees provide different soil nutrients, shadow for those smaller plants that need
14 May 2019Project NewsIndia Khasi Hills
20 Million trees
20 Million trees planted
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20 million trees! - and 16.000 hectares restored: Check out this video to see the impact of these these millions of trees in the field.
19 April 2019Featured, WeForest Video
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Annual Report 2018
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2018 has been the year in which we doubled our team and our capacity, we planted 2,3 million trees across seven project sites in just one year, reaching a
13 April 2019WeForest Publications, WeForest Annual Report
ETH_Desaa_Decision analysis
How does WeForest evaluate the potential of a reforestation project?
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"You can say that an activity will provide income, but it’s more meaningful to try to understand how much income will be generated in a given period for how
28 March 2019Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Desa'a
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Who will be the one?
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This International Day of Forests, We are all wondering, Who will be the one, To plant our 20 millionth tree?
20 March 2019Featured
Tanzania video school
Supporting schools and communities with reforestation
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Why is it important to plant a tree ? Amos Lucas is telling us why trees are so important for his school in Kinesi, Tanzania, and how he and his community
19 March 2019Project News, VideoTanzania