Great Green Wall (Africa) - Wikipedia
The Great Green Wall or Great Green Wall of the Sahara and the Sahel ( French: Grande Muraille Verte pour le Sahara et le Sahel) is a project led by the African Union, initially conceived as a way to combat desertification in the Sahel region and hold back expansion of the Sahara, by planting a wall of trees stretching across the entire Sahel.
Great Green Wall (China) - Wikipedia
The Great Green Wall, officially known as the Three-North Shelter Forest Program ( simplified Chinese: 三北防护林; traditional Chinese: 三北防護林; pinyin: Sānběi Fánghùlín ), also known as the Three-North Shelterbelt Program, is a series of human-planted windbreaking forest strips (shelterbelts) in China, designed to hold back the expansion of the Gobi Desert, and provide timber to the local population.
UN Decade on Restoration
Ecosystem restoration generates tangible benefits for food and water security, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and can prevent conflict and migration triggered by environmental degradation.
Our Mission & Philosophy | Project Seagrass
Laura Pratt (Wales) 2015-16 Laura has recently graduated with a BSc Biology from Cardiff University. She undertook a internship with Project Seagrass as part of her Professional Training Year (PTY), and while working with us, she investigated changes in the status and distribution of Zostera noltii across Wales.
Our Regreening Work in Kuku, Kenya - Justdiggit
By digging over 116,000 semi-circular bunds, we have managed to bring back vegetation in the Kuku Group Ranch, creating environmental benefits and making the land useful again for the community. The Kuku Group Ranch is located in the south of Kenya and acts as a critical wildlife corridor between Amboseli National Park and Tsavo National Park.
Working for Water (WfW) programme
Invasive alien species are plants, animals and microbes that are introduced into countries, and then out-compete the indigenous species.Invasive alien species are causing billions of rands of damage to South Africa's economy every year, and are the single biggest threat to the country's biological biodiversity.
43 potential interventions are described by three core attributes: their functional objective, delivery method and possible deployment scale.