López-Barrera, F., C. Martínez-Garza, E. Ceccon
This article synthesizes the results of a literature review to assess the state of the art of ecological restoration in Mexico, including current perspectives and challenges within the national context. The authors looked at a number of different sources in conducting their review, including publications, conferences, institutions working in the space, research trends, and capacity building opportunities. The article presents a synthesis of current trends in the field and discusses gaps and deficiencies. It also discusses the need for a national policy around restoration science as well as long-term funding sources to support continued development of restoration in Mexico.
Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad