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Unlocking $100 Billion For Restoring Africa’s Landscapes

Over the past decade, only a small fraction of the billions of dollars already earmarked for restoration in Africa have been directly invested in the governments, tree-growing organizations, and companies with the necessary long-term vision, local roots, and technical expertise. How can we ensure that this new funding flows directly to land restoration programs?

At this official event of the UN Decade of Restoration, panelists unpacked what needs to change in order to unlock enough investment and begin restoring 100 million hectares across Africa by 2030.

To learn more about WRI’s Global Restoration Initiative, please visit


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