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Case Study Forest Restoration Using Relay Floristics in Sri Lanka

Case Study Forest Restoration Using Relay Floristics in Sri Lanka

Sometimes changed environmental conditions are too harsh for native species, in this case fast growing nurse trees might be an option.

Increasing Survival Rates during Forest Restoration with Chinese Pine through Mycorrhizal Networks

Increasing Survival Rates during Forest Restoration with Chinese Pine through Mycorrhizal Networks

Mycorrhizal connections can greatly enhance the growth Chinese Pine during forest restoration efforts.

Coppicing as a Fuelwood Alternative

Coppicing as a Fuelwood Alternative

Coppice forests are a great way to grow small-scale, constantly self-regenerating timber that can supply smaller households with fuelwood.

Using the Framework Species Approach to Reduce Forest Restoration Costs and Establish Natural Forests

Using the Framework Species Approach to Reduce Forest Restoration Costs and Establish Natural Forests

The FSA helps to reestablish natural forest ecosystems, while relying on a number of tree species as the initial framework.

Thinning as a Method for Improving Forest Functions and Introducing Native Species

Thinning as a Method for Improving Forest Functions and Introducing Native Species

Through thinning ecosystem services like provision of water quantity can be provided while simultaneously improving resilience and diversity.

Restoration Methods for Small Waterbodies around Beijing

Restoration Methods for Small Waterbodies around Beijing

By restoring small waterbodies local ecosystem services can be restored and water quality improved.

Ecological Assessment and Classification for the Status of a River around Beijing

Ecological Assessment and Classification for the Status of a River around Beijing

An ecological assessment of the status of a river is the basis on which the restoration procedure of the river is determined.

Financial Funds as an Instrument for Watershed Protection

Financial Funds as an Instrument for Watershed Protection

Water funds are a tool for payments for ecosystem services (PES), rewarding water protection measures in water source areas.

Small Grants to Foster Sustainability in Rural Forestry Communities

Small Grants to Foster Sustainability in Rural Forestry Communities

Small grants are an effective method to support local initiatives and aims both at improving environment and livelihoods.

Improving Energy Efficiency of Traditional Chinese Kang Beds in Rural Areas

Improving Energy Efficiency of Traditional Chinese Kang Beds in Rural Areas

Improving the energy-efficiency of traditional Chinese kang beds can reduce fuel use and therefore help emitting less CO2.

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