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"The Forest Underground: Hope for a Planet in Crisis" by Tony Rinaudo

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How do you regreen millions of hectares of land without planting a single tree? Australian agronomists Tony and Liz Rinaudo arrived at the edge of the Sahara in 1981 to plant trees. Few trees survived in the hostile terrain, and those that did were cut down by farmers. While contemplating the futility of their endeavours, Tony discovered an embarrassingly simple method of restoring landscape without planting a single tree. Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR), the sustainable system of land management that Tony pioneered, has revolutionised reforestation across Africa and beyond. In Niger alone, local farmers embracing FMNR have rehabilitated over six million hectares of ruined land and doubled their crop yields and income. Tony is a Right Livelihood Award Laureate and Principal Climate Action Advisor with World Vision. INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: If you are outside of AUS/NZ, you can buy the book as a hardcover or paperback from Amazon (US, UK, DE) , BookDepository, Fishpond, Barnes & Noble, and other major online book retailers. EBOOK: The eBook is available on Kindle, Kobo, Apple Books, and Barnes and Noble NOOK. BULK ORDERS For bulk orders or trade enquiries, please contact Warren Linton at warrenlinton@iscast.org or on 0411101025 with your desired quantity. REVIEWS "Tony Rinaudo presents practical solutions to counter desertification, famine and despair." —Ole von Uexkull, Executive Director of the Right Livelihood Award Foundation "No research program—no matter how well funded—would have come up with this idea, because it expertly combines the subtleties of location—specific tree selection with farmer—specific opportunities and constraints." —Richard Stirzaker, Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency "This is a gift from Almighty God. Everywhere you visit you bring life and joy." —Yamdaan Zimbil Longmoate, Chief of Yamenga, Ghana
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