In celebration of the International Day for Biological Diversity on May 22nd, Wiley is offering a special collection of over 100 research articles from 12 journals highlighting important contributions to advancing the understanding, protection, and preservation of biodiversity. Articles come from numerous fields in the natural and social sciences. They are free to share, read and download until July 22nd.
Natural regeneration is often overlooked as a cost-effective, nature-based tool for restoration. This information brief outlines recommendations to make natural regeneration an integral component of forest and landscape restoration programs and to enhance its role in achieving large-scale restoration objectives and climate mitigation targets. The brief was produced in partnership by the CBD’s Forest Ecosystem Restoration Initiative, SER, the PARTNERS network, and FAO.
From the March issue of SER's peer-reviewed journal, Restoration Ecology.
Much of the practice of restoration is conducted by businesses—contractors, consultants, designers, engineers. This paper explores the business perspective in restoration based on data collected from businesses (contractors, consultants, design engineers), agencies, and nongovernmental organizations involved in a Superfund cleanup project in Montana, one of the largest river restoration efforts ever.
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