Bridging the knowledge-action gap in landscape restoration through research, partnerships and dissemination

Water loss and land degradation pose a significant threat to economic development, human well-being and biodiversity persistence. Drylands cover 41% of the Earth's surface and support the lives of over two billion people. The extent of drylands is continuously expanding reaching well over 50% by the end of the century.

Aridlife conduct scientific research to improve effective, efficient and engaging dryland landscape restoration. We aim to inform a broad audience through our Open Science outreach strategy

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Did you know? Each minute, 23 hectares of land is lost to desertification
— FAO, 2017