Protect, manage, restore: the formula for ending deforestation

An aerial view shows deforestation in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. Addressing deforestation effectively means first preventing the destruction of forests, managing resources and then restoration. Image: REUTERS/Bruno Kelly

Eron Bloomgarden

Executive Director and Founder, Emergent


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Protecting forests before managing or attempting to restore them is the most time and cost effective way to meet sustainability and biodiversity targets. Image: Nature Climate Change

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