This new information hub brings together information regarding land restoration best practices, global legislations, case study videos and promotes all existing expert databases and actors in the domain of land restoration. It also presents and promotes all existing databases and actors in the domain of land restoration. By making information from multiple sources easily accessible, it allows stakeholders to reach relevant information faster.
Countries have been making pledges on land restoration in various global processes. The information hub track publicly presented pledges under various processes such as the Bonn Challenge and UNCCDs Land Degradation Neutrality. Data is presented in both visual and tabular form based on data presented in the “Global Restoration Commitments Database” prepared by PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency.
Countries committed to reducing land degradation and declaring their targets demonstrate a collective dedication to preserving our planet's resources. By setting specific goals, they prioritize sustainable land management, restoration, and conservation efforts. These commitments foster international collaboration, drive innovation, and pave the way for a greener, more resilient future for generations to come.
Explore how countries' influential legislation shapes land restoration efforts worldwide and drives successful restoration initiatives through crucial legislative support.Learn More
Land restoration has been gathering momentum in the past decade. The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration has brought many actors together to collectively work for ecosystem restoration. We present list of restoration actors from around the globe.
There are many global and regional databases which provide information on land restoration or information linked to land restoration. Here we bring together some important databases including with relevant summaries.
Land restoration has been going on around the world for decades. There are best practices and lessons learnt. The information hub presents best practices from around the world for effective land restoration.
Land restoration has been going on for generations and communities around the world have developed locally appropriate approaches to land restoration. The information hub presents some of the best practices from around the globe from various communities.
Large scale restoration needs visionary leaders, qualified experts and skilled workforce. We bring together information on training programmes organized by the G20 Global Land Initiative and others.