Learn more about the link between gender equality, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities, landscapes, and climate change.

Christian Peter, Ezgi Canpolat, Meerim Shakirova |

From land governance to carbon payments, Jambi has the potential to be an example of successful integrated landscape management taking place in real-time. In the long run, Indonesia could scale up…

André Rodrigues de Aquino, Efrian Muharrom |

Tajikistan made ambitious commitments to restore 66,000 hectares of degraded forests by 2030 and to strengthen cooperation in landscape restoration across the entire Central Asian region.

Drita Dade |

Discover how the World Bank is helping countries make climate action more gender inclusive.

Bernice Van Bronkhorst |

Back in my primary school days in Malawi, I disliked waking up early. Obviously, Monday to Friday were the toughest days because I had to wake up early for school. It seemed as if nights were…

Mercy Chimpokosera-Mseu |

Sri Lanka has much to share with South Asia and beyond about making greener and more socially inclusive investments as it recovers from COVID-19.

Faris Hadad-Zervos, Christophe Crepin, Andrew Zakharenka |

Between 2010 and 2019, Algeria recorded nearly 3,000 fires, burning an area equivalent to about 30,000 soccer fields a year. Sustainable Forest Management aims to improve the economic, social, and…

Andrea Kutter, Karima Ben Bih, Sandrine Jauffret |

The natural ecosystems of the Orinoquía are being transformed at an alarming rate - 200,000 hectares per year - becoming crops with unsustainable productive and/or extractive systems, which…

Marcela Portocarrero Aya, Julian Lee |

The National Mangrove Program is an Indonesian presidential priority and aims to rehabilitate 600,000 hectares of degraded mangroves by 2024 and enhance the conservation of existing mangroves.

Satu Kahkonen, André Rodrigues de Aquino |

Mozambique’s forests cover nearly half of the country and play a key role in the economy and the livelihoods of millions. However, deforestation and overexploitation are reversing the country…

Africa Olojoba, Karin Kaechele |