Small is beautiful: restoring degraded lands, one parcel at a time.
MetadataShow full item record
Elias, M.; Vinceti, B. (2016) COP13 Blog Series - Small is beautiful: restoring degraded lands, one parcel at a time. [Blog post] Rome (Italy): Bioversity International. Published 25 November 2016.
Permanent link to cite or share this item: https://hdl.handle.net/10568/80042
External link to download this item: https://www.bioversityinternational.org/news/detail/small-is-beautiful-restoring-degraded-lands-one-parcel-at-a-time/
The Aichi Biodiversity Targets agreed in Nagoya in 2012 included restoring 15% of the world’s degraded ecosystems by 2020 (Target 15). Subsequent assessments have led to estimates that for terrestrial ecosystems, this 15% means restoring a staggering 350 million hectares – and requires billions of tons of tree seed and trillions of seedlings. In the third blog in the CBD COP13 Forest and Landscape Restoration Blog Series, Bioversity International partner, Mr Harouna Kaboré, a Mossi farmer from the village Manefyam in the province of Kourwéogo, Burkina Faso, talks about his experience restoring three hectares of his household’s degraded lands in the context of a newly launched research initiative on nutrition-sensitive forest restoration.