Working groups are producing synthesis papers for publication in peer-reviewed journals and policy briefs to inform policy makers who focus on natural resource management, climate change mitigation, governance, rural livelihoods and human rights, and forest and landscape restoration.
Working Group 1: Socio-ecological understanding of forest transitions
Working Group 2: Reforestation and socio-ecological resilience
Working Group 3: Climate change adaptation and mitigation through reforestation
Working Group 4: Costs and benefits of reforestation
Working Group 5: Forest definitions in the age of reforestation
- The #Forests2015 Blog
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