Soil Navigator (EU)
Large-scale woodland restoration on a volcanic subarctic island
Sustain: The Australian Food Network
University of Western Australia – Centre for Social Impact
Regional regeneration of Western Australia
Restoring the landscape by building a movement
A new Dutch polder landscape
Opportunities for positive change through grazing management in rural areas of Kyrgyzstan
Nature^Squared: Connecting Ecology & Economics
CAMP Alatoo Public Foundation
The Nature Conservancy India
The IKEA Foundation
Land Life Company
United Nations Climate Change (UNFCCC)
United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Ecosystem Restoration Camps
Peace Parks Foundation
4 Returns Monitoring
Landscape Finance Lab
IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management
Convention on Biological Diversity
Society for Ecological Restoration
World Resources Institute
Wide Open Agriculture
Nova School of Business & Economics
Spanish National Research Council
United Nations University Land Restoration Training Programme
Partnerships Resource Centre
Rotterdam School of Management, Business & Society Management (RSM-BSM)
Where tradition and traceable products meet
Maps Altiplano Estepario in Spain
Collaborative landscape restoration after mining operation in Ghana
Ashley M Studholme
Danielle de Nie
Eline van de Veen
Erica ten Broeke
Rianne C ten Veen
Heitor Campos de Sousa
Johan van Putten
Joris de Vente
Marco de Redelijkheid
Patrick Rutten, CEFA
Roos van der Deijl
Tea by Me
Wim van Zomeren
Wim van der Zwan
The United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) is the leading global environmental authority that sets the global environmental agenda, promotes the coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system, and serves as an authoritative advocate for the global environment.
IUCN-CEM is a network of professionals whose mission is to act as a source of advice on the environmental, economic, social and cultural factors that affect natural resources and biological diversity.
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) has 3 main objectives: The conservation of biological diversity; The sustainable use of the components of biological diversity; The fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising out of the utilization of genetic resources
SER advances the science, practice and policy of ecological restoration to sustain biodiversity, improve resilience in a changing climate, and re-establish an ecologically healthy relationship between nature and culture.
WRI is a global research organization that spans more than 50 countries, with offices in the United States, China, India, Brazil, Indonesia and more.
EcoAgriculture Partners support Landscape Leaders with tools, training, facilitation and connections to manage land and resources holistically so people and nature thrive.
In the Netherlands, Wij.land strives for healthy and resilient landscapes where agriculture and nature merge into sustainable business models.
Almendrehesa is a young farmer-driven company that has been created as an initiative within a landscape restoration project in the […]
AlVelAl’s main aim is to mobilize the local communities and to convey that the vision of a self-sufficient region, full of life and growth, is achievable when ecological agriculture and livestock techniques that improve the soil’s fertility and absorption of water are applied.