Boosting social and ecological balance through stakeholder connectivity in the Kafue Landscape  

Kafue Greater Ecosystem, Zambia  The Greater Kafue Ecosystem (GKE) — composed of the Kafue National Park (KNP) and its’ ‘buffer zone’ of nine adjacent Game Management Areas (GMAs) — is ...

Boosting biodiversity through ecological rehabilitation

Local communities use business to restore a unique biodiversity hotspot and regenerate a city’s water supply.

Agroforestry for a sustainable future

Tribal communities choose agroforestry to promote community well-being, nature conservation and sustainable economic development.

Reversing desertification with regenerative practices

A regenerative movement led by a common vision is tackling desertification, halting soil erosion and creating resilient communities.

From green deserts to thriving landscapes

Dutch farmers ditch intensive practices to restore ecology and promote sustainable farming through resilient business models.

Regenerating a global biodiversity hotspot

An aboriginal-led movement across the Noongar nation in Southwest Australia brings a diverse range of partners together to find a new harmony with the landscape.

Restoring wetlands with farmers for greater climate-resilience     

Supporting local farmers to adapt to changing climate conditions, creating a resilient and sustainable agricultural sector.

Uniting people to build resilient food systems

Bring together local initiatives in a learning network, to build a resilient food system that regenerates and supports the area's ecosystems and communities.

Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Mexico

Rugged topograpghy leads to a wide range of vegetation and a rich and diverse landscape.

Restoring land and seascapes in a tourist hotspot 

Mallorca, The Balearic Islands, Spain  The Adour-Garonne River basin covers 3 regions: Nouvelle Aquitaine, Occitanie, and Auvergne Rhône Alpes, in the South-West of France. It is a bioregion of appr ...

Kotahitanga mō te Taiao, Aotearoa New Zealand

A large area encompassing land and seascapes.