Notice of Change of Company Auditor

Global EverGreening Alliance has had a change of auditor due to the resignation of outgoing auditor. Outgoing auditor: Mitchell Wilson Level 1, 261 – 271 Wattletree Road Malvern VIC 3144, Australia Incoming Auditor BDO Collins Square | Tower Four Level 18, 727 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3008, Australia

Meet Trees for the Future, the Alliance’s newest members

Meet our new member, Trees for the Future! Trees for the Future (TREES) is on a mission to end hunger and poverty by training farmers to regenerate their land. With over 31 years of experience, TREES has planted more than 190 million trees around the world. Today, TREES staff work with farmers in sub-Saharan Africa, improving…

EverGreening the Earth with WeForest

We’re excited to welcome our newest member, WeForest to the Alliance! WeForest is an NGO dedicated to reforestation to address environmental challenges and restore the livelihoods of local communities around the world. Spanning across 3 continents and 12 countries, the WeForest team envision a world where communities and nations sustainably manage their forests and natural resources…

GEA welcomes BGCI to the Alliance

The Global Evergreening Alliance is delighted to welcome UK-based charity Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) as its newest member organisation. A member-based organisation that mobilises botanic gardens and partners worldwide to secure and protect plant diversity, BGCI has created the largest network of plant conservation experts from around the globe.     Through knowledge-sharing, leading…

MEDIA ALERT – Landscape Partnership for Asia

Signing of agreement for restoring drylands: Landscape Partnership for Asia Seoul, Republic of Korea, 20 Oct 2020 – Leaders of the Asian Forest Cooperation Organization (AFoCO), World Agroforestry and Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR-ICRAF), Global EverGreening Alliance (Alliance) will sign on 22 October a landmark partnership agreement to restore drylands and drought-prone areas in…

Key insights into land degradation from seven African countries

Karl Hughes – Head of Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) Article originally published on The Conversation Land is essential to our lives – we grow food on it and rely on it for economic growth and development. In sub-Saharan Africa approximately 83% of people depend directly on land for survival. However,…

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