Guest Post —Restoration: An interdisciplinary concept in response to local development problems in Southern Madagascar

In this blog post, guest author Safidy Ramarolahy discusses the restoration and development work underway in communities across Southern Madagascar. The training programs in these communities have fostered widespread commitment to ecosystem restoration, as well as providing resources for leaders to continue developing sustainable practices and solutions for the local environment and community.

This is the fourth installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this blog, we explore Coastal Blue Carbon Practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss Coastal Blue Carbon Practices’ capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes.

This is the third installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this blog, we explore Soil Carbon Practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss Soil Carbon Practices’ capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes.

This is the second installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this blog, we explore Forest Carbon Practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss Forest Carbon Practices’ capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes.

This is the first installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this blog, we explore Direct Air Capture (DAC) through a climate restoration lens. We discuss DAC’s capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes.