About This Project
Natural forest regeneration is one solution for the climate and biodiversity crises. Traditional gardening in Papua New Guinea is a cycle of planting, harvesting and fallow periods where the ecosystem recovers. We want to set up long-term forest monitoring plots to provide information about forest dynamics and carbon services in eastern PNG. We will train local people to collect data, supporting their careers as future conservationists and local leaders in sustainable land-use decisions.
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