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Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR)


The concept of Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) was conceived to restore a range of forest functions at the landscape level. It includes actions to strengthen the resilience and ecological integrity of landscapes with the participation of local communities.

FLR is an integrating framework that can be applied across a range of land uses to ensure that key eco-system goods and services are available to present and future generations and deal effectively with the uncertainties of climatic, economic and social change. FLR restores functionality and productivity to degraded lands and forests. Trees in agricultural landscapes can boost food production and resilience. Forests and trees mitigate climate change by sequestering carbon.

The FLR Mechanism (FLRM), established by FAO in 2014, supports the implementation as well as the monitoring and reporting on FLR at country level.

For more information on FLRM go to: http://www.fao.org/forestry/flrm/en/