FLR MONITORING - Resources to assess progress and success of restoration efforts. Monitoring is a way to know how well restoration projects and programmes are implemented, but it also refers to the physical evaluation of the forest and landscape to determine if the restoration efforts are successful.
GOVERNANCE - Resources to diagnose, assess and monitor governance of FLR processes. Improving governance requires a systematic approach to identifying areas of weakness, devising and implementing suitable responses, monitoring results, continuing adaptation and learning to ensure progress.
LAND USE PLANNING - Resources to select and adapt land-use options which are most beneficial to land users without degrading the resources of the environment, together with the selection of measures most likely to encourage such land uses.
ASSESSMENT OF DEGRADATION / RESTORATION OPPORTUNITIES - Resources to explore degradation of forests and landscapes, assess its degree and seek restoration opportunities.
IMPLEMENTATION OF RESTORATION - Resources to help through the process of the implementation of FLR programmes or activities.
ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS - Resources to support exploring financing opportunities for restoration, as well as approaches and methods for cost- benefit analysis of restoration activities.
CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENSION - Collection of learning programmes, capacity building material, and links to institutions that provide resources, courses and/or trainings on FLR.
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