In its first year, CIFOR launched global comparative research to identify the best tree species for reforestation of degraded lands
CIFOR created the Criteria and Indicators Toolbox to assist those in charge of managing production forests taking into account environmental and human well-being issues
Guidelines for the restoration, management and rehabilitation of degraded and secondary tropical forests, published in partnership with the International Tropical Timber Organisation (ITTO)
Six-book series Review of forest rehabilitation: Lessons from the past analyzed restoration initiatives in Indonesia, the Philippines, China, Vietnam, Brazil and Peru
Tropical managed Forests Observatory (TmFO) informally launched to monitor the resilience of tropical forests after logging and silviculture.
Peru’s Forest Service incorporated CIFOR’s research into the legal norms that govern timber extraction in Brazil nut concessions.
Global Landscapes Forum in Nairobi, Kenya focuses on turning AFR100 restoration commitments into action
Ethiopia’s Forest Law drew on CIFOR recommendations to recognize the rights of local communities in forest management and restoration.