Forest4Climate&People team members present at the International Congress of Conservation Biology

Dr Sarobidy Rakotonarivo presented on why and how land tenure considerations need to be central to ensure forest landscape restoration efforts deliver what we hope. In the UN decade of restoration this is especially vital.
Manoa Rajaonarivelo presented on the legal context of Forest Landscape Restoration in Madagascar. This work has recently been accepted for publication in the journal Madagascar Conservation and Society. You can watch her talk here. 
Mirindra Rakotoarisoa explores the extent to which remote sensed datasets of human habitation often miss forest-edge communities meaning they can be invisible to policy makers. This talk is available to watch on You Tube. Do note the results are still preliminary.