Despite obstacles, GLF delegates see progress on AFR100 forest targets

The rehabilitation of degraded forests and wooded, productive landscapes is a key component of a global strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve livelihoods.

The African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative (AFR100) was established to feed into a larger “Bonn Challenge” target to restore 350 million hectares of forests worldwide by 2030.

Learn more. Read “Despite obstacles, GLF delegates see progress on AFR100 forest targets”  on Landscape News.