From Target to Implementation: Perspectives for the International Governance of Forest Landscape Restoration
This article describes the international landscape of governance structures and institutions focused on promoting restoration. It aims to understand how the activities of these institutions with overlapping objectives can align and complement each other in order to create a more effective governance approach.
Conclusions & Takeaways
The authors discuss the history of international action on environmental policy, from the creation of UNEP in 1972 to the Brundtland Commission in 1987 to the UNFCCC in 1992 to the Aichi Target 15 in 2010 to the Bonn Challenge in 2011. The article is a comprehensive overview of institutions, networks, pledges, etc that shape current international action on restoration.
From Target to Implementation: Perspectives for the International Governance of Forest Landscape Restoration. Forests. 2014;5:482–497. doi:10.3390/f5030482..
- Forest and Environmental Policy Group, University of Freiburg, Germany
- German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), Bonn, Germany