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The Global Partnership on Forest and Landscape Restoration (GPFLR) was launched in 2003 by IUCN, WWF and the Forestry Commission of Great Britain. Since then more than 25 governments and international and non-governmental organizations have joined.
Our partners and collaborators are making a difference all over the world, improving the well-being of communities and the environments in which they live. By joining the GPFLR, they are plugged into the world’s leading network for forest and landscape restoration practitioners and policy-makers.
Members contribute to the partnership with expertise, funding, policies and projects. They benefit from the experience and advice of a growing community of partners, and gain access to the latest research, policy information and tools in the field of forest restoration. This helps them to improve their restoration efforts and gain support from a global audience.
- Bioversity International
- CBD - Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity
- CIFOR - Centre for International Forestry Research
- FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
- FSC – Forest Stewardship Council
- ICRAF - World Agroforestry Centre
- IMFN - International Model Forest Network
- IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature
- IUFRO - International Union of Forest Research Organizations
- ITTO - International Tropical Timber Organization
- PROFOR - Program on Forests
- SER - Society for Ecological Restoration
- Tropenbos International
- UNCCD - United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification
- UNFF - Secretariat of the United Nations Forum on Forests
- UNEP - United Nations Environment Programme
- UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre
- World Bank
- World Resources Institute
- Wageningen University and Research
And the governments of Germany, The Netherlands, Rwanda, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States.
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