Tools & Methods

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Our Approach: The Landscape Approach

Forest and landscape restoration (FLR) is the process of regaining ecological functionality and enhancing human well-being across deforested or degraded forest landscapes.

Clone of Silence

Tool 51

Aim of the tool
To change the group dynamics in order to obtain a better quality of listening and decision-making. 

When to use it?
In the Convergence stage: when decisions need to be made about what could work, and to refine what has been created. Also useful in earlier stages.  

Tags: Convergence

WRI Restoration Diagnostic: Developing Strategies for Successful FLR

A Method for Developing Forest Landscape Restoration Strategies by Rapidly Assessing the status of Key Success Factors

Landscape Governance Capacity Framework

Towards a framework and approach for assessment and strategic guidance of landscape initiatives

ROAM: Online Step-by-Step Guide

The Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology (ROAM), produced by IUCN and the World Resources Institute, provides a flexible and affordable framework approach for countries to rapidly identify and analyse forest landscape restoration (FLR) potential and locate specific areas of opportunity at a national or sub-national level.

The Economics of FLR: Cost-Benefit Framework for Analyzing Forest Landscape Restoration Decisions

Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) activities are often misunderstood as involving high up-front costs and low rates of return and these ideas persist because few evaluations of restoration activities include a comprehensive and objective accounting of restoration’s ecological and economic impacts.