Landscape restoration in Latin America and the Caribbean and Initiative 20x20 – what is happening on the ground?
Land Use and Climate Research by the CGIAR, supported by USAID’s Office of Global Climate Change
USAID has been supporting research through the CGIAR on greenhouse gas emissions and carbon storage in the land sector. It includes advances in monitoring, reporting, and verification; identification and prioritization of interventions; assessments of the status of global initiatives; application of biophysical data to develop investment plans; and new data on global carbon stocks, fluxes, and drivers of loss. Collectively, this series showcases the collaboration of USAID and the CGIAR to help limit the magnitude of changes to the climate system.
- Ruben Coppus, The Center for International Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
- Erika Romijn, Wageningen University
- Mapping out landscape restoration projects in the region: their characteristics and potential for biomass accumulation
- The role of the private and financial sector: bottlenecks and solutions
- Syntheses for “Comparative Research Project on Landscape Restoration
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