The United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration 2021-2030 offers the largest global opportunity to conduct land restoration projects the world has ever known.
Efforts to undertake natural carbon sequestration projects through afforestation, reforestation and natural revegetation are happening at an increasingly larger scale each year. In addition to conducting projects for carbon sequestration there is also growing understanding of how biodiversity improves the resiliency of ecosystems.
In our latest report on Scaling Global Seed Banking, written by Jill Wagner, we look at what it will take to restore wetlands, grasslands and forests. With forest species all over the world at risk, seed is likely to be increasingly rare and expensive due to pollination disruption as extreme climate events continue to happen.
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