Re-establishing tropical natural forest vegetation
Successful experiences from Upper Xingu in Brazil to supply native seed for re-establishing tropical natural forest vegetation can be scaled up across the world, benefit local livelihoods, conserve biodiversity and store billions of tons of carbon.
An Amazon without boundaries
Rainforest Foundation Norway has worked together with indigenous people to protect rainforest in the Amazon since 1989. This report describes the work we do under the programme “Rights-based sustainable management of large contiguous territories in the Amazon”. The programme is supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Zoning and land use allocation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
In this document Rainforest Foundation Norway, together with Congolese partners, presents a practical proposal for a process of consultation and community consent as an integral part of forest zoning and land use planning and allocation in DRC.