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2mn indigenous trees have been planted throughout Pakistan
Importance of trees and forest cover in dryland areas as these ensure food security for millions of people
Much of China’s tree cover gains consist of low-height, sparse and/or scattered plantations
What if we planted willow trees all over the world ?
Reforestation with willow cuttings
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Use drought tolerant Portulacaria afra (spekboom) to combat desertification, e.g. for the Great Green Wall.
Lessons learned for involving local people in restoration monitoring
Ecosysytems and reforestation
To bring degraded lands back to life
Reforestation with native trees, mostly willows
Poverty, low water availability, deforestation and land degradation are fuelling conflicts, but Kenya greens drylands.
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