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FAO's latest interactive story "Exploring our forests" allows readers to take a look at the world's forests from two different vantage points. The canopy path highlights the findings of the FRA remote sensing survey and the waterside trail explores the recomendations and lessons from the "Guide to forest-water management"  
The session “Forest-Water Connections to Achieve the SDGs” under sub-theme 6 of the XV World Forestry Congress  illustrates the many and complex forest-water interlinkages that exist. Understanding their synergies and tradeoffs is central  to achieving all the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  Through this WFC session, the organizers CIFOR/ICRAF, SIWI Swedish Water...
The protective functions of forests in a changing climate - European experience was prepared on the occasion of the 33rd Session of the European Forestry Commission Working Party on the Management of Mountain Watersheds on 13-15 October 2021. The publication compiles the national reports from twelve member countries presented during the...
Indigenous knowledge plays an important role in raising awareness of the forest-water nexus. This was one of many important take-aways from a World Water Week session, presented in this blog post written by SIWI’s Lotta Samuelson and Sandra Gordon from CIFOR on behalf of the Forest Water Champions. Photo shows...
Forests and trees play a vital role in meeting the world's increasing demand for water and need to be managed for water-related ecosystem services, according to a new guide co-published by the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO), the Joint Research Centre...
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