A global network

The Bonn Challenge is driven by the Global Partnership on Forest Landscape Restoration, a proactive network that unites governments, organisations, communities and individuals with a common goal: restoring the world's degraded and deforested lands. 

The Partnership was initiated, long before the Bonn Challenge was launched, with the purpose of catalyzing and reinforcing a network of diverse examples of restoration of degraded and deforested lands that deliver benefits to local communities and to nature. Now the Partnership and its members are active in every major region of the world, gathering knowledge on restorationfacilitating restoration assessments, and supporting Bonn Challenge commitments.

Through active engagement, collaboration and the sharing of ideas and information the Partnership promotes an integrated forest landscape restoration approach to regaining function in degraded lands, an approach that seeks to ensure that forests, trees and the functions they provide are effectively restored, conserved and employed to help secure sustainable livelihoods and ecological integrity for the future.

Key Government Partners

China, El Salvador, Finland, Ghana, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Lebanon, the Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States.

Learn more about the GPFLR

There's more going on with the Global Partnership than we can tell you about here. Visit the homepage of the network to learn how we are promoting landscape restoration around the globe - and see how you can join the global movement.

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The Global Partnership on Forest Landscape Restoration hosts a learning network to connect and enrich Forest Landscape Restoration practitioners across the planet.