Лесное хозяйство в засушливых регионах

Community participation at the heart of Africa’s Great Green Wall restoration model


Unasylva on success of restoration efforts in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger

"The intrinsic and complex links between people and the landscape in which they live is of critical importance when developing a restoration model.” FAO’s international journal on forestry Unasylva, issue 245, highlighting forest and landscape restoration as a key issue ahead of the Paris Climate Change Conference of December 2015, discusses the model used for Great Green Wall activities in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger, where 110 communities have used over one million seedlings of fifty native species to restore over 1000 hectares of land benefitting some 50 000 people.

Read the article on page 44-51 of Unasylva