India, Germany signs joint declaration of Intent on Forest Landscape Restoration
India and Germany have signed a Joint Declaration of Intent on Forest Landscape Restoration.
The joint declaration was signed between Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Bhupender Yadav and Germany's Minister of Environment and Nature Conservation Steffi Lemke.
The Joint Declaration will provide a platform to further enhance partnership and support in areas such as climate protection and conservation of biodiversity.
This will also help in strengthening Indo-German cooperation.
The joint declaration will enable the two countries to successfully partner with each other and expand bilateral cooperation in the areas of forest landscape restoration, environment and climate change.
About Forest Landscape Restoration
It is an ongoing process of regaining ecological functionality and enhancing human well-being in deforestation or degraded forest landscapes.
It is much more than just planting trees – it is restoring entire landscapes to meet current and future needs and for many benefits and land uses over time.
This manifests through various processes such as: new plantations, managed natural regeneration, agroforestry, or better land management to accommodate the land use mosaic, including agriculture, protected wildlife reserves, managed plantations, riverside plantings, etc.
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