• A new model to scale up forest restoration from sites to landscapes

    T. Trevor Caughlin Restoring forest to hundreds of millions of hectares of degraded land has become a centerpiece of international plans to sequester carbon and conserve biodiversity. To achieve these ambitious restoration goals, we will need to predict restoration outcomes at landscape and regional scales. However, ecological field studies reveal widely divergent forest recovery rates, […]

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  • The development-driven forest transition and its utility for REDD+

    Feature publication The development-driven forest transition and its utility for REDD+ Sloan, S. 2015. Ecological Economics 116: 1–11 By T. Trevor Caughlin, Publications Editor Widespread evidence for large-scale forest regrowth in tropical question begs the question: can policymakers engineer a forest transition? This is one question addressed in an interesting new paper by PARTNERS member […]

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