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Greening Your Future

Greening your Future is a forest restoration and climate change mitigation initiative, with a focus on community upliftment. Trees grown by Wildlands 'tree-preneurs' are planted by green teams or community landowners to reforest degraded land.

México - FSC certified community forest enterprise

A video on a FSC certified community forest enterprise in the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico.

Restoring Brazils Atlantic Forest: Rebuilding an Endangered Ecosystem

The Nature Conservancy and many partners are helping restore one billion native trees to Brazils highly endangered Atlantic Forest. But what does it take to rebuild an entire forest? Find out what traditional—and surprising—techniques are being used to bring this rainforest back from the brink of destruction. 

Thailand - Mae Tha community forestry experience

A video on the Mae Tha community in the Chang Mai district of northern Thailand boasts a successful evolution into community forestry through the support of donors such as RECOTFC.

Globo Rural presents: Conheça o trabalho de recuperação das nascentes do Xingu

This video, shown on the Brazilian TV (in Portuguese) shows how to use innovative sowing techniques to effectively restore ex-forests, within an agro-forestry system.

Earth Report Rwanda

This is an episode of Earth Report, on forest restoration activities being done in Rwanda.

State of the World's Forests 2011: regenerating forests in the Philippines

A video by FAO published during the International Year of Forests in 2011. It shows a forest regeneration project in the Philippines where they use an ingenious, low-cost method of forest regeneration that eliminates competition from undesirable species.

Hope in a Changing Climate

A film by John D. Liu (EEMCP) on successful examples of forest landscape restoration projects in China, Ethiopia and Rwanda. This film was created by John D. Liu, head of the Environmental Education Media Project of the University of Reading, UK.

Interview with Petrus Gunarso on competing claims on the Kampar Peninsula

An interview with Petrus Gunarso of Tropenbos Indonesia, held at the Centre for Development Innovation in Wageningen, the Netherlands. This interview concerns the different stakeholders in the Kampar region on Sumatra, where companies, NGO's and the government compete over land claims.

Competing claims on the Kampar Peninsula

A presentation by Petrus Gunarso, Tropenbos Indonesia, on the issues currently influencing the activities on the Kampar Peninsula of Sumatra, in Indonesia.