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Aprendizagem social em processos de gestão compartilhada de recursos naturais

Presentation by ITTO in Portuguese on Forest Landscape Restoration and its guidelines.

Articulação entre atores na ação e aprendizagem para a restauração de paisagens florestais

Presentation in Portuguese by IUCN on the Forest Landscape Restoration workshop in Rio Branco - Acre – Brazil.

Forest Restoration Landscape Project at Doi Mae Salong, Thailand

Presentation by IUCN on a Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) project in Northern Thailand. The integrated management of ecosystems and livelihoods - Introduction at the RECOFTC training on “Landscape Functions and People: Applying Strategic Planning Approaches for Good Natural Resource. 31 October 2009 by Tawatchai Rattanasorn.

Kebijakan Nasional tentang IUPHHK Restorasi Ekosistem dalam Hutan Alam pada Hutan Produksi

Presentation partly in Bahasa Indonesia and partly in English on forest ecosystem restoration in Indonesia. Presentation by Listya Kusumawardhani.

Success story Wanagama: Dari Problem Menjadi Solusi

Presentation in Bahasa Indonesia by Prof Dr Mohammad Na'iem on reforestation and restoration in the case of Wanagama, Indonesia.

FLR in Ghana – Lessons Learned and the Way Forward

Presentation by Dominic Blay on Forest Landscape Restoration in Ghana. Dominic Blay discusses what is needed with regard to political and institutional change for FLR to succeed in Ghana.

GPFLR – Southwest Amazonia Learning Site

Presentation by GPFLR on one of the learning sites on Forest Landscape Restoration in the region of Southwest Amazonia. This presentation explains the ‘Map initiative’ which is a strategic alliance and social movement looking for sustainable solutions regarding land degradation and deforestation.

 

 

Restoring Degraded Land after Oil, Gas and Mining Operation

Presentation by Yadi Setiadi on restoration activities on former oil, gas or mining areas.

 

Research for Restoring Tropical Forest Ecosystems: A Practical Guide

Authors: The Forest Restoration Research Unit (Cmu) of Chiang Mai University

This book can be used as a practical guide which presents the generic concepts and research protocols that were used to develop successful forest restoration in N. Thailand. By adapting such concepts and protocols locally to indigenous forest ecosystems and their tree floras, it should be possible to develop successful methods to restore forest ecosystems anywhere in tropical SE Asia.


Biodiversity Conservation in the Production Forests of Indonesia

Presentation on how production forests can contribute to biodiversity conservation and the role of ITTO/IUCN guidelines.