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Sharing the Land: Restoring Degraded Ecosystems and Improving Livelihoods Through Agroforestry

Marion Davis ; Matilda Palm (Institutionen för energi och miljö, Fysisk resursteori) ; Eskil Mattsson (Institutionen för energi och miljö, Fysisk resursteori) ; Ekaterina Bessonova
Stockholm Environment Institute: Swedish International Agricultural Network Initiative (SIANI) and Forest, Climate & Livelihood Research Network (Focali), “Forests, Landscapes and Food Security” theme brief p. 4. (2014)
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The challenge is daunting: how to feed more than 7 billion people – nearly 10 billion by 20501 – even as key resources become scarcer. Roughly 24% of the world’s land area is degrading,including more than a fifth of the cropland and nearly a third of the forests – yet 1.5 billion people directly depend on degraded areas. Some countries are particularly hard-hit:95% of Swaziland’s land is degraded, as is 66% of Angola’s, 64% of Gabon’s, 60% of Thailand’s, and 60% of Zambia’s. In China, 457 million people are affected by land degradation.

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