Let’s build resilience together
We believe that people are more resilient to radical changes when they have had the opportunity to explore possible futures. We are convinced that decisions are more sustainable when they conciliate different points of view. Our entire participative restoration methodology is based upon these two hypothesis. We nurture the decision making process with scientific scenarios and stakeholder engagement tools.
Degraded land restoration
Understand the impacts of your land use strategy
2 billions ha of degraded land can be restored
Contributes to 6 SDGs
Forland Restoration added values
Each landscape and business is different : Forland Restoration will be tailor-made to suit yours!
Three processes will be used in parallel:
- Participative work for stakeholder engagement
- Scientific work for formulating future scenarios
- Technological work for building the Forland Restoration platform
Online web-mapping of your territory. We use ESA data, updated every 12 days and covering the entire Earth with an average pixel precision of 1Ha.
Machine learning to define the best allocated land use in your territory, taking into consideration your constraints (legislation, protected areas,...) and objectives (productivity, conservation…)
Redefining land borders to simulate alternative options or monitor a specific area.
Field data integration
We can integrate automatically your field data into the platform.
Automatic alert system tailored to your need.
Reporting & monitoring
Tracking your recorded data, measuring your progress, and communicating the impact of your project
Who are we?
This French organisation is one of the world leaders in Forest Landscape Restoration.Visit Cirad
Subsidiary of the French ONF, ONFI has 20 years of experience in supporting smart forest management all over the world.Visit ONF International
Through the Chair of Ecosystem Management, ETH Zürich works towards the sustainable management of natural resources.Visit ETH