Smith, M. and S. Tripathi
The aim of this collaboration is primarily to develop knowledge exchange between the UK and Indian forest sectors. This will lead to an increased understanding of the broad-ranging contribution forest restoration can make to biodiversity, ecosystem services, climate change mitigation and adaptation, people and economy. This summary report shows how Forest Landscape Restoration can safeguard biodiversity by taking a landscape approach using appropriate technologies and practical applications and produce real benefits for communities by working in partnership with them.
Forest Research Institute, India