Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss

This study reveals that climate change reduces the variety of wetland ecosystem services and increases socio-economic vulnerability and economic stress.
Under global warming, seasonal snow takes faster melting rate than before, which greatly changes the hydrological cycle. This study offer insights into understanding the effect from seasonal snow on vegetation and promote the sustainable utilization of regional vegetation in the Northern Hemisphere.
An Article in support of SDGs 3, 13, and 15, examining the effects of environmental degradation and climate variation on re-emergence of malaria transmission.
Calculated emissions reductions possible through ecosystem restoration and shows they are insufficient to rely upon.
Elsevier,

The Lancet Planetary Health, Volume 6, July 2022

A Viewpoint in support of SDGs 2, 3, and 15, highlighting current contributions of trees and forests to the global food system and presenting recommendations to leverage these contributions as part of efforts to reshape food systems to better support healthy diets and environmental sustainability.
This study quantitatively analyzed the response of fractional vegetation cover (FVC) to climate change and human activities in the Mu Us Sandy Land (MUSL).
The purpose of this study is to quantify the joint impacts of climate and human activities on grassland changes in Three-River Headwater Region (TRHR) after two phases of Ecological Conservation and Construction Project (Ecological Project).
Identifies challenges and solutions associated with offsetting emissions through biodiversity conservation.
The study assessed the perceptions of indigenous peoples on the Vietnam payments for forest environmental services (PFES) program. The majority of indigenous people were satisfied with PFES participation.
The Zambezi Riparian Region (ZRR) is a lifeline and home to ∼40 million people who depend heavily on the river basin for their livelihood.

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