Reforestation (occasionally, Reafforestation) is the natural or intentional restocking of existing forests and woodlands (forestation) that have been depleted, usually through deforestation, but also after clearcutting. Reforestation can be used to undo and rectify the effects of deforestation and improve the quality of human life by absorbing pollution and dust from the air, rebuilding natural habitats and ecosystems, mitigating global warming via biosequestration of atmospheric carbon dioxide, and harvesting for resources, particularly timber, but also non-timber forest products. Since the beginning of the 21st century, significant attention has been given to reforestation as a technique for mitigating climate change as …



OEKO: Öko-Institut e.V. · 22 November 2023 English

The study assesses different aspects of benefit sharing agreements, including: • Any (emerging) requirements set out in the standards of the main carbon crediting programmes related to benefit sharing agreements; …

CommuniTree Carbon Program is an afforestation/reforestation projects registered under the Plan Vivo Standard new and existing farmers to participate in reforestation activities. Interestingly, the annual report generated by the project. The afforestation/reforestation project entitled Halo Verde Timor Community Gula Food Forest Project is an afforestation/reforestation projects registered under the Plan Vivo Standard the local community were from afforestation / reforestation projects (i.e. the CommuniTree Carbon Program

Mo Ibrahim Foundation · 20 November 2023 English

While curtailing the emissions of those with the biggest carbon footprints makes obvious sense, and will have the greatest impact on the climate crisis, for Africa the focus must be …

adverse impacts on the local population. • Reforestation and conservation initiatives have caused loss

ADB: Asian Development Bank · 20 November 2023

The Huanggang Municipal Government (HMG) implemented several major reforestation and ecosystem protection programs supported through national and provincial fiscal budget transfers, including the Grain

CCAG: Climate Crisis Advisory Group · 20 November 2023 English

A momentous global effort must be undertaken to address the near inevitability of a 1.5°C climate overshoot, ensuring that the planet returns below the 1.5oC ‘climate guardrail’ as rapidly as …

available for removal of GHGs – ranging from reforestation, land-use change and restoration of other carbon humanity. ix Much of this harm is reversible. Reforestation, reinstatement of mangrove forest, tree planting carbon capture and storage • Land-based reforestation: carbon emissions are locked into trees and unintended consequences need be negative. When the reforestation of China’s Loess Plateau (roughly the size consequences – a view from China xvii The impacts of reforestation, and the extent of those impacts, is becoming

World Bank Group · 18 November 2023 English

results such as an overachievement of fuelwood reforestation targets (18,700 out of 15,000 ha) and a near achievement of timber reforestation target (5,800 out of 7,000 ha). The reforestation activities are being

World Bank Group · 16 November 2023 English

This Country Climate and Development Report (CCDR) aims to support DRC's efforts to achieve its development goals within a changing climate by quantifying the impacts of climate change on the …

9: Number of poor people, priority areas for reforestation, and conflict hotspots ..................

Oxfam Australia · 16 November 2023 English

The world faces twin crises of climate breakdown and runaway inequality. The richest people, corporations and countries are destroying the world with their huge carbon emissions. Meanwhile, people living in …

announced plans to offset their emissions through reforestation and afforestation, which requires an area of

UCS: Union of Concerned Scientists · 16 November 2023 English

With concerted action, the US can meet its climate goals—and see huge benefits to the economy and public health.

policies and investments natural solutions like reforestation, afforestation, increasing soil carbon, and

Oxfam Australia · 16 November 2023 English

X The emissions of the super-rich 1% in 2019 are enough to cause 1.3 million deaths due to heat.2 X A tax of 60% on the incomes of the super-rich …

announced plans to offset their emissions through reforestation and afforestation, which requires an area of

IMF: International Monetary Fund · 16 November 2023 English

This technical report discusses the results of the Public Investment Management Assessment (PIMA) of Benin, undertaken in March 2023 to update a previous assessment based on an October 2017 mission. …

formation. This includes mainly the intensive reforestation program on the national territory (2019), which 019.pdf). 12 The report on the intensive reforestation program on the national territory does not provide

View more