A new NatCap software tool supports landscape restoration around the globe

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International initiatives to promote landscape restoration such as the Bonn Challenge have inspired countries around the world to assess their potential to restore degraded land and commit financial resources to restoration. In response to this challenge and government requests to provide better resources for decision-making, the International Union for Conservation of Nature and IonE’s Natural Capital Project formed a partnership around providing such a decision-support tool…

ROOT is free and available to download on the Natural Capital Project website.


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