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Restoring degraded land offers multiple benefits at local, national and global levels. These include climate change mitigation, reversing biodiversity loss and providing socio-economic benefits to local communities. Unprecedented political will for restoring biodiversity, livelihoods and broader environmental goals has developed globally since the launch of the Bonn Challenge and the New York Declaration on Forests. In the context of these two global initiatives, many countries have pledged to restore millions of hectares of degraded or otherwise unproductive land through a suite of activities that range from conservation of native habitat to the promotion of agroforestry systems, natural forest regrowth, agricultural systems and establishment of tree plantations. As a whole, these actions are intended to support both national agendas and the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
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    degraded land, landscape conservation, ecological restoration, soil quality

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