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  • “If we design well, we design for shared aliveness”. Speaking from China, John Thackara lays out an economy defined by care, The Daily Alternative (Jul 28, 2023)
  • Standing up and saying NO to erasing our environmental heritage. Stopping land encroachment., medium.com (May 09, 2023)
  • Indigenous Peoples defend a precious natural resource- empowering them protects us all, ashden.org (Feb 14, 2023)

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Ecosystem restoration is the process of halting and overturning degradation, resulting in cleaner air and water, extreme weather mitigation, better human health, and recovered biodiversity, including improved pollination of plants. Restoration encompasses a wide continuum of practices, from reforestation to re-wetting peatlands and coral rehabilitation.[1]

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Ecosystem Restoration Camps is a global movement of people creating an abundant earth 🌲🌴🌳

"We repair broken ecosystems together and, in doing so, provide humanity with hope and a better future. Our big goal is to have one million people come together by 2030 and restore degraded ecosystems in 100 camps around the world."[2]

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  • Earth Repair: A Grassroots Guide to Healing Toxic and Damaged Landscapes, resilience.org, March 2015

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What is ecological restoration?
Authors: MortonArboretum, Sep 6, 2018

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  • Green Deal: pioneering proposals to restore Europe's nature by 2050 and halve pesticide use by 2030, ec.europa.eu (Jun 22, 2022)


Just 3% of world’s ecosystems remain intact, study suggests, Apr 15[3]


Ecosytem restoration and climate emergency[edit | edit source]

Actions that prevent, halt and reverse degradation are necessary to meet the Paris Agreement target of keeping global temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius. Investments in agriculture, mangrove protection and water management will help adapt to climate change, with benefits around four times the original investment.

Ecosytem restoration and ecological emergency[edit | edit source]

Restoration, if combined with stopping further conversion of natural ecosystems, may help avoid 60 percent of expected biodiversity extinctions.

Ecosytem restoration and food security[edit | edit source]

Agroforestry alone has the potential to increase food security for 1.3 billion people.

Ecosytem restoration and SDGs[edit | edit source]

It contributes to the realization of multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including health, clean water, and peace and security, and to the objectives of the three ‘Rio Conventions’ on Climate, Biodiversity, and Desertification. It can be highly efficient in producing multiple economic, social and ecological benefits concurrently.

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The Kaipatiki Project, Auckland - Potawot forest restoration, California - Arcata Marsh saltwater marshes, California - Permaculture Demonstration Center in San Andres Huayapam, Mexico - Long Beach Greenbelt - Elephant Nature Park in Thailand - Pirque forest, Chile

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