The Global Experiments Network connects science and practice to reveal successful restoration strategies.
What makes restoration projects succeed or fail? Where will forests grow back naturally and what can we do to speed this process? How can we ensure that restoration projects maximize the recovery of biodiversity?
The Global Experiments Network (GEN) partners scientists with on-the-ground restoration projects to reveal which restoration approaches and biodiversity monitoring work best for certain circumstances. Insights from these practitioner – academic partnerships will form a valuable body of knowledge that can improve restoration outcomes.
If you or your organisation would like to explore a potential collaboration with the GEN project, email us at [email protected] and tell us more about the conservation / restoration work you do and how you would like to collaborate.
Global Survey: Grand Challenges in the Global Restoration Movement
The GEN Project is currently conducting a survey to identify common challenges to the implementation and long-term development of terrestrial and mangrove restoration projects.
Are you involved in funding, designing, planning, and/or implementing terrestrial or mangrove restoration projects? We want to hear from you!