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Sub-national workshop on increasing capacity of local community and sub-national government on mangrove restoration and food security

Mangrove is an ecosystem with high ecological, economic, and social values. The benefits and ecosystem services provided by mangroves are higher than their geographical distribution. This coastal ecosystem has long been known to provide many benefits in providing food and a source of livelihood for local communities.

National Workshop on Criteria and Indicators for Tropical Peatland Restoration

Exploring holistic and practical approaches for monitoring tropical peatlands
Restoration of peatlands entails deliberate actions that initiate or accelerate the recovery of a degraded peatland to its former better state. Peatland restoration involves measures designed to change ecosystems that have been impoverished, damaged or degraded due to human activity, and revert them to a state similar to, or as near to their natural state as possible through the re-establishment of some of their ecological processes and functions.

Peatlands, mangroves, and other wetlands: climate responses in the Congo Basin

Slot 1: Current scientific activities on peatlands (and other wetlands) in the Congo Basin

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