The New York Declaration on Forests is a partnership of governments, multinational companies, civil society and indigenous peoples who strive to halve deforestation by 2020 and to end it by 2030.
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The NYDF outlines ten ambitious global targets related to protecting and restoring forests, which, if realized, have the potential to reduce annual carbon emissions by 4.5 to 8.8 billion tonnes of CO2 - equivalent to the annual emissions of the United States.
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2 days ago
New #publication from @worldresources
“SPATIAL DATABASE OF PLANTED TREES (SDPT)” aims to spatially differentiate plantation #forests of crops (like palm or #cocoa) from natural & semi-natural #forests on a global scale.

https://t.co/OHCtjOCPw6 https://t.co/s7LFrsTH9g
3 days ago
WATCH: @nature_org’s efforts in #Brazil’s Mantiqueira Mountains demonstrate that reforestation can be a lucrative business for rural farmers while also fighting #climatechange.
#IntlForestDay https://t.co/tuUqIu1jjQ
4 days ago
“Without the #forest, it is impossible to have water, and without water, life does not exist.” Explore the interconnection of these two natural resources with @nature_org:
https://t.co/CWd4040dgq
#IntlForestDay #WorldWaterDay https://t.co/W3l3f9Gvs7

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