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PROGREEN

The Global Partnership for Sustainable and Resilient Landscapes

Overview

Pillars

Pillar 1

Forests and Land-based Ecosystems

Strengthening sustainable management of forests and land-based ecosystems

Pillar 2

Land-Use Changes from Agriculture

Promoting sustainable agriculture to reduce deforestation and land degradation

Pillar 3

Land-Use Changes in Select Sectors

Improving land management and advancing nature-based solutions

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About the Program

PROGREEN is a new global partnership that will strengthen the management of forests, promote sustainable agriculture to reduce deforestation and land degradation, and seek to lessen the impact of sectors such as infrastructure, transport and mining on the land.
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PROGREEN builds on the Program on Forests (PROFOR) partnership. Housed at the World Bank from 2002-2020, PROFOR implemented over 270 activities to help improve understanding of forest livelihoods, governance, and finance, and how other sectors impact forests.
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VIDEO Apr 15, 2021

What is PROGREEN?

PROGREEN supports countries’ efforts to improve livelihoods of the rural poor while tackling climate change, loss of biodiversity and forests, deteriorating land fertility, and uncontrolled forest fires.
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PROGREEN’s Work Plan

PROGREEN’s initial work plan supports a set of country and regional programs designed to strengthen implementation of an integrated landscape approach and a series of flagship studies on topics important to sustainable landscape management.

Contact

Laura Ivers, Senior Communications Officer
Washington, DC
1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433 United States
Tel :+1-202-473-2396
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