Learning from past initiatives for expanding the scale of land restoration in Africa
Former ways have been reviewed and new approaches put forward at a major conference on land restoration in Mali.
Land-restoration challenges have been presented in the past, great solutions proposed, and targets set at local, regional, national and global levels, however, vast areas of agricultural land remain degraded on the African continent, often well beyond the global average of 20 percent.
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