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The Ecomonic Case for Landscape Restoration in Latin America

The Ecomonic Case for Landscape Restoration in Latin America
by Christin VanZant last modified Nov 02, 2016 06:42 PM
Contributors: Vergara, Walter, Gallardo Lomeli, Luciana, Rios, Ana R., Isbell, Paul, Prager, Steven, de Camino, Ronnie

Land use and land-use change are central to the economic and social fabric of Latin America and the Caribbean, and essential to the region’s prospects for sustainable development. Countries are realizing that now, more than ever, is the time for action. Eleven countries, three Brazilian states and several regional programs have already committed to restoring more than 27 million hectares of degraded land in Latin America—but can these ambitions become a reality while supporting good living standards and economic development?

Author(s): Vergara, Walter , Gallardo Lomeli, Luciana , Rios, Ana R. , Isbell, Paul , Prager, Steven , de Camino, Ronnie

Publication Date: 2016

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