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MARCH 2021
GLF Africa: restoring drylands, 2 - 3 June 2021, free entry for Africa
Prince Charles to address circular bioeconomy event
The secrets of sustainable forest commodities
HRH Prince Charles to address nature’s key role in circular bioeconomic transformation
Each year the world loses $6.3 trillion worth of ecological services because of forest and landscape degradation. This lost value has staggering impacts on people and livelihoods, as well as on economies and ecosystems. Forests and trees are central to the global economy providing jobs, food and materials if managed sustainably.

The world must act now to seize the window of opportunity to transform our economies into ones that are sustainable, circular and nature-based, according to His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. Interested in getting to hear more from Prince Charles, African environment ministers and experts? Join CIFOR-ICRAF, European Forest Institute and The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra for a half-day digital forum on the transition to a circular bioeconomy on March 19, in the leadup to the International Day of Forests.

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Finding effective ways to ensure sustainable supplies of forest risk commodities
How to secure sustainable production and consumption of commodities without impinging on forests, is a key challenge for public and private actors.
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Community-based forestry in Indonesia needs stronger focus on location, study finds
Considering physical characteristics of sites and providing technical support to balance conservation and poverty alleviation can enhance community-based forestry.
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Yangambi: Building a sustainable landscape that puts people first
Improving rural livelihoods in the Congo Basin should be at the core of initiatives aimed at reducing pressure on ecosystems, according to Paolo Cerutti, senior scientist at CIFOR-ICRAF.
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COVID-19 causes coffee and potato problems in Peru
Scientists studying the impact on farmers suggest measures to avoid long-term difficulties to the crisis.
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What’s not working with Kenya’s charcoal regulation?
With limited enforcement capacity and compliance, it is clear wood fuel governance needs to be fundamentally rethought.
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Africa digital conference is free to all Africa residents, tickets available now
On 2-3 June, the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) will host the first-ever digital conference focused entirely on Africa’s drylands. The event will explore how restoration can contribute positively to the lives of millions of people who are threatened by drought, livelihood loss and hunger – and are too often driven to perilous migration. Join us to share and discover solutions through the latest science, community knowledge, inspiring speakers, concerts, film screenings, virtual tours, networking, and the unexpected discoveries that always form part of a GLF event. Tickets are on sale now and are free for all residents of Africa.
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24 solutions that could save the Aral Sea – presented at Challenge Week
Join Challenge Week live from 5-9 April! Listen in as 24 teams go head-to-head with disruptive solutions to reverse the disappearance of the Aral Sea in Central Asia – once the world’s fourth-largest inland water body. Audience members will have the chance to help select the winners, network with fellow participants, connect with world-leading environment and development institutions, regional organizations and universities, and make their mark on the global landscape restoration community.
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International Women's Day | Paving the way for women leaders in science and development

Scientists Iliana Monterroso and Sammy Carsan tell us how CIFOR-ICRAF is building an inclusive development program.

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Nature at the heart of a global circular bioeconomy
19 March, Online
GLF Live: What is the state of the world’s forests? With three preliminary forest experts
22 March, Online
Urban Forestry Days
23 – 24 March, Online
Mobilising Private Investment in the Great Green Wall
23 – 25 March, Online
Challenge Week: Global Disruptive Tech Challenge 2021 (GLF)
5 – 9 April, Online
Forests in Women’s Hands - International Conference on Women in Forestry
12 – 13 April, Online
Save the date! GLF Digital Forum on forest landscape restoration (FLR), hosted jointly by the Collaborative Partnership on Forests (CPF) and the Global Partnership on Forest and Landscape Restoration (GPFLR)
29 April, Online
Restoring Africa’s Drylands: Accelerating Action On the Ground (GLF)
2 – 3 June, Online
UN Food Systems Summit 2021
From January onwards
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Five Steps to Inject Transformative Change into the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
Quality seed for tree planting:Supporting more effective agroforestry and forest landscape restoration by learning from crop Integrated Seed System Development
Global maps of twenty-first century forest carbon fluxes
Crowdsourced water level monitoring in Kenya’s Sondu-Miriu Basin—who Is “the crowd”?
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Scientist; Coordinator - Landscapes for our Future
SHARED Engagement Process Specialist
Research Assistant - Integrated Food & Energy Systems
Postdoctoral Fellow - Integrated Food & Energy Systems
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Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

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World Agroforestry (ICRAF)

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The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) and World Agroforestry (ICRAF) envision a more equitable world where trees in all landscapes, from drylands to the humid tropics, enhance the environment and well-being for all. CIFOR-ICRAF are CGIAR Research Centers.
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