5 principles for partnering with communities on forest restoration

WEA Leader Fatuma Arima stands amongst trees she planted on her land in Kenya. // Image: Anthony Wanjiku. Indigenous peoples and local communities must be central to developing equitable benefit-sharing systems for forest stewardship and restoration. As more investment goes into forest conservation and restoration, social justice and equity approaches can secure long-term prosperity for…

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Just Released! WEA’s 2021 Impact Report

We asked you to change the world with us. And you did. At this time last year—as we all entered another year of what felt like insurmountable health challenges and compounding crises—we assured you that #WEAMadeforThis moment. We promised you that with your support we’d spend the next twelve months doubling down on our tried-and-true approach…

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