Inspire, support, and mobilize forest and landscape restoration
As of: April 2018
Objective and activities
This project is part of the Global Partnership on Forest and Landscape Restoration (GPFLR) and is contributing to the Bonn Challenge with a target to inspire national commitments to restore forest landscapes by 2018.
To achieve their aims, the project partners set up a Global Forest Landscape Restoration Council and organize regional convenings to raise awareness and inspire national commitments. The project is also analyzing options for restoring landscapes and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the target countries (BRA, IDN, RWA, KEN, PER) and developing appropriate instruments and methods to implement those (ROAM and FLR baselines in RWA, SLV, NIC, HON). In this way, the project is facilitating the acquisition of knowledge and competence in this field on a global scale.
State of implementation/results
- New pledges were made to the Bonn Challenge, reaching a total number of 45 commitments for 156 million hectares pledge – surpassing the initial target of 150 million hectares committed to restoration by 2020.
- In Brazil, the final reports from the ROAM application in Pará state have been published by Imazon.