Programme Forêts et eau

Autres publications

The role of water in climate mitigation is much greater than commonly understood, according to the first-ever summary of current research on the topic. The report 'The essential drop to reach Net-Zero: Unpacking Freshwater's Role in Climate Change Mitigation' shows a new way of thinking about climate change that can lead to more effective solutions.
The session 'Forest-Water Connections to Achieve the SDGs' under sub-theme six of the World Forestry Congress 2022 illustrates the many and complex forest-water interlinkages that exist. Understanding their synergies and tradeoffs is central to achieving all the SDGs.
The energy sector finds itself in a difficult situation, as it must change drastically if it is to provide energy for all while at the same time it reduces emissions. Forests are key to rectifying this situation. The article published in the World Energy Magazine discusses the importance of manage forests as Nature Based Solutions for water and more specifically in the energy sector.
SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation – Forest-Related Targets and Their Impacts on Forests and People
The forest and water sectors play key roles in climate change mitigation and adaptation and are important components in the Paris Agreement. This policy brief presents recommendations together with supporting evidence from forest-water initiatives, tools, and approaches used around the world on how to work with resilient landscapes management, which is also integral to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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