Topic outline

  • Degradation of forests and landscapes impacts the global climate, and also the food security and livelihoods of communities. Forest and landscape restoration (FLR) is a process which brings stakeholders together to create healthy, resilient and productive landscapes and meet national, regional and global commitments.​ This course has been developed to introduce the key concepts and process of forest and landscape restoration.

      • System Requirements

        The online version of this course runs on the latest versions of the major browsers, such as Chrome, Safari, Edge and Firefox. 

        The downloadable version only runs on Windows PC’s and no additional software is needed. 

        • Audience

          This course is designed for a range of stakeholders with an interest in forest and landscape restoration, including:​ 

          • National governments;​ 
          • Development organizations;​ 
          • Non-governmental organizations (NGOs); and​ 
          • Research institutes and universities.

          • You will learn about

            • The importance of FLR and its key concepts​. 
            • The benefits of FLR and how it helps countries to achieve their national, regional and global commitments​. 
            • The three key steps of the FLR process.​ 
            • The importance of engaging stakeholders in all steps of FLR and negotiating between potentially conflicting objectives.​ 
            • The various considerations when implementing, managing and monitoring FLR​. 
            • Barriers and success factors for FLR. 

            • Digital Badge Certification

              To be granted a digital certification from the FAO elearning Academy, you will have to take the final evaluation exam after you’ve finished a course.

              Our digital badge certifications verify that you have achieved the learning outcomes and competencies outlined in FAO e-learning courses.

              What is a digital badge?
              Digital badges are online visual representations of learned skills and achievements earned in learning environments. They have already been adopted widely across a range of sectors and are being used to recognize both accredited and non-accredited learning in formal, informal and non-formal settings.
              Badges can be displayed wherever earners want them on the web, and share them for employment, education or lifelong learning.

              Please click the link below to start the test: