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Peer-reviewed publication
November 2023
Western Sahara
Madagascar
Cameroon

Ce papier constitue une synthèse des acquis et des handicaps de la restauration des paysages forestiers et régimes fonciers au Cameroun.

Reports & Research
November 2021
Africa
Middle Africa
Americas
Asia
Europe
Eastern Europe
Oceania

 La sixième édition du Rapport 2021 sur l'écart entre les besoins et les perspectives en matière d'adaptation aux changements climatiques : la tempête qui se lève, examine comment le monde s'adapte à ces impacts croissants.

Peer-reviewed publication
January 2021
Australia
United States of America

Municipalities worldwide are increasingly recognizing the importance of urban green spaces to mitigate climate change’s extreme effects and improve residents’ quality of life. Even with extensive earlier research examining the distribution of tree canopy in cities, we know little about human perceptions of urban forestry and related ecosystem services.

The Nexus Between Urban Land Governance and Climate Adaptation
Reports & Research
September 2020
Global

Informal settlements in areas that are already disaster prone are an increasing problem. Climate adaptation is also often used as an excuse fo evictions to redevelop sites in a more climate-proof manner in what is often referred to as ‘climate gentrification.

Journal Articles & Books
September 2020
Denmark
Norway

Public spaces are believed to make cities more liveable, healthy and socially equal. To date, discussions about public spaces have primarily revolved around emblematic types, such as squares and parks, while little attention has been paid to cemeteries.

Institutional & promotional materials
April 2019

Large urban trees are excellent filters for urban pollutants and fine particulates. One tree can absorb up to 150 kg of CO2 per year, sequester carbon and consequently mitigate climate change. Trees provide habitat, food and protection to plants and animals, increasing urban biodiversity. Planting trees today is essential for future generations!

Institutional & promotional materials
April 2019

Large urban trees are excellent filters for urban pollutants and fine particulates. Trees can provide food, such as fruits, nuts and leaves. Spending time near trees improves physical and mental health by increasing energy level and speed of recovery, while decreasing blood pressure and stress.

Journal Articles & Books
April 2018
Nepal
Fiji
Bhutan
Philippines
Malaysia
Japan
China
Myanmar
Indonesia
Australia
New Zealand
India
Republic of Korea
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Mongolia

This publication reports the proceedings of the twenty-sixth session of the Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission (APFC) held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, from 23 to 27 October 2017.

Journal Articles & Books
March 2018
Slovenia
Kenya
Belgium
United States of America
Spain
Singapore
Croatia
Albania
Germany
China
Italy
Bulgaria
Canada
New Zealand
Thailand
Brazil
Austria

Recognizing the importance of the services provided by forests and trees to urban dwellers, the Collaborative Partnership on Forests proposed that the theme for the 2018 International Day of Forests would be “Forests and Sustainable Cities”.

Institutional & promotional materials
February 2018

Крошње великог дрвећа у урбаним срединама су одличан филтер за урбане загађиваче и фине честице. Једно дрво може годишње да упије и до 150 кг угљен-диоксида (CO2) из атмосфере, и тиме допринесе ублажавању последица климатских промена. Дрвеће пружа станиште, храну и заштиту биљкама и животињама, повећавајући биодиверзитет у урбаним срединама.

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