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Promote sustainable management of forests, halt deforestation, restore degraded forests and substantially increase soil restoration and reforestation.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Local Environmental NGOs: Often have local chapters or affiliates working on deforestation and forest restoration.

  2. Community Forestry Groups: Formed with the goal of sustainable forest management and restoration.

  3. Tree Planting Initiatives: Groups specifically focused on tree planting campaigns and reforestation efforts in local areas.

  4. Wildlife Conservation Societies: Protect and restore habitats for wildlife and may also address deforestation.

  5. Climate Action Groups: May include initiatives to combat deforestation and promote sustainable land use.

  6. Indigenous Peoples' Organizations: Have a deep connection to forests and may have organizations dedicated to their preservation and restoration.

  7. Educational Institutions: Universities or schools may have environmental clubs or organizations that focus on local conservation efforts, including ending deforestation.

  8. Community Gardens and Green Spaces: Create and maintain green spaces in urban and suburban areas may also have an interest in forest preservation.

  9. Conservation Volunteer Groups: Organize volunteers to participate in various conservation activities, including reforestation projects.

  10. Local Government Initiatives: Municipal or regional government bodies may have specific initiatives focused on environmental conservation, including efforts to end deforestation and restore forests.

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