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    Chapter 29: Restoration Priorities and Benefits within Landscapes and Catchments and Across the Amazon Basin

    Barlow, Jos, Sist, Plinio, Almeida, Rafael, Arantes, Caroline C, Berenguer, Erika, Caron, Patrick, Cuesta, Francisco, Doria, Carolina RC, Ferreira, Joice, Flecker, Alexander, Heilpern, Sebastian, Kalamandeen, Michelle, Lees, Alexander C, Piponiot, Camille, Pompeu, Paulo Santos, Souza, Carlos and Valentim, Judson F (2021) Chapter 29: Restoration Priorities and Benefits within Landscapes and Catchments and Across the Amazon Basin. In: Amazon Assessment Report 2021. Technical Report. United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network.

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    Abstract

    Restoration can be applied in many different Amazonian contexts but will be most effective at leveraging environmental and social benefits when it is prioritized across the Amazon Basin and within landscapes and catchments. Here we outline the considerations that are most relevant for planning and scaling restoration.

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