Forest Declaration: For restoration, coordination is critical. New tools drive effectiveness.

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4 June 2021

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David Landholm and Jillian Gladstone

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Restoration of forest landscapes is a necessary condition for reaching the Paris Climate Agreement’s 1.5°C global temperature goal. Improvement of monitoring capacity and coordination across restoration initiatives will drive long-term investment and help the realization of its mitigation potentials.

This week marks the official launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, a decade dedicated to restoring ecosystems with the aim to prevent, halt and reverse environmental degradation worldwide. Restoration of ecosystems, including forests, is critical to realizing global climate, biodiversity and development goals.

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