GLF Nairobi shines spotlight on communities in Africa restoring degraded landscapes

Africa loses 2.8 million hectares of forest each year, an area roughly the size of Saudi Arabia, and two thirds of its land is degraded. Yet, as countries mobilize to restore 100 million hectares by 2030, local communities are emerging as a driving force behind the movement to recover the continent’s landscapes.

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