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Browse through our newsletter issues, with a selection of articles, news & opinion on our core topics of forest ecosystems and sustainable livelihoods, or check special announcements regarding the activities of Reforestation World and its partners.

This month: a chinese app and 100million trees, how the "Global tree restoration potential" study ignited a global tree discussion (and why that's good), the role of technology in connecting people to restoration work, and why urban greening needs to be in the global toolbox.
Our October issue is dedicated to the current climate change discussion, how we might be at an important time in history and why we don't need to wait for tomorrow's technology to act today. Enjoy the reading!
On the July issue, we look into the recently calculated global tree restoration potential (900 million ha!) and some of the challenges that come with it. We follow with a critical look into the difficulties and failures in reducing deforestation in supply chain and finish with a suggested online course on managing terrestrial ecosystems. We'll be back in September, after the holidays!
Our June issue looks at the technical solutions being developed to tackle climate change, how their adoption strongly depends on economic aspects and why we need to keep the broader picture in mind. Since we're all about trees, we also announce two new project members, then go to agroforestry and the life-quality benefits of forests. Enjoy the reading!
Our February issue is focused on landscape restoration and certified timber production. Our selection of articles looks into some of the critical aspects: the impacts of large-scale projects, the challenges of proving impact with robust scientific data and the difficulties of implementing certification schemes that try to incorporate multiple dimensions. Plenty of food for thought, we hope.
Our January issue looks at commodities and some of the efforts (and challenges) in making their production more sustainable while contributing to restore degraded landscapes and improve livelihoods. The video highlight takes on the end-consumer's role in this work. Good reading and a good start of 2019!
Our November issue looks into the connections between forests, plantations and how adaptations to climatic variations.We also look into the growing use of wood as a building material and the extraction of non-food resources from forests. Our selected video shows how small-scale farmers are often a crucial part of restoration and conservation efforts.
In this issue, a special mention to our summer events and to the Right Livelihood Awards 2018, bestowed to two people with a long work on land and forest restoration. We then look into a selection of best practices and challenges in adopting agroforestry, move on to forest-based commodities in the supply chain and finish with a book suggestion.
This month's issue looks into the difficult balance between forests and plantations, taking palm oil as an example of the different issues at stake. We then move on to FLR - Forest (and) Landscape Restoration and REDD+ approaches. The monthly online course suggestion looks into business approaches to sustainable landscape restoration.
In this issue, we go from urban trees to mountain forests, with a look on the impact of gender on restoration efforts and a e-course on REDD+. Also, don't forget to check the upcoming Latsis conference in Zürich, Switzerland, joining several international experts to discuss how to scale-up forest restoration.
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Partnerships & Collaborations

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Sustinova is a non-profit organisation based in Zurich, Switzerland, and devoted to promoting Sustainability in the NGO area.

As a partner, Sustinova provides operational support to Reforestation World in its public activities.

ETH Zurich - Chair of Ecosystem Management

The Chair of Ecosystem management at the ETH Zürich organised the Latsis Symposium ETH 2018 “Scaling-up forest Restoration”, on June 6-7 & 9, 2018.

Reforestation World collaborated with the link to NGOs, practitioners and others stakeholders in the field of forest restoration.