Forest Landscape Restoration knowledge products on finance

Three knowledge products are released by the FAO's Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism.

Photo: FAO
Photo: FAO

Many countries have made bold commitments to restoring degraded landscapes. However, public and private investment is needed to make these commitments a reality and meet international restoration targets. 

If you’re interested in learning more about funding for forest and landscape restoration (FLR) and in understanding the role that financing mechanisms play in supporting FLR activities on the ground, have a look at the three knowledge products released by the FAO’s Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism:

For more information on this topic, visit the Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism website

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