#GLFnairobi2018: Restoration Ready Quiz Week 1 - FLR Get #RestorationReady! Question Title * 1. What is your name? OK Question Title * 2. How would you describe the essence of Forest and Landscape Restoration? Maintain vital processes of an ecosystem and enhance ecological functionality Silvicultural practices to enhance food security and private and public investment in restoration initiatives Restoring a landscape to meet present and future needs and agroforestry practices Enhancing ecological integrity through reforestation, afforestation, and restoration Ongoing process of regaining ecological functionality and enhancing human wellbeing to meet the present and future needs. OK Question Title * 3. What is an example of restoration intervention, used for land that is vulnerable to catastrophic events? Mangrove enhancement and establishment of protective land buffers Natural regeneration and tree planting Silviculture practices for enhancement of woodlands and quality Agroforestry management for improved crop productivity Intermittent management to improve fallow OK Question Title * 4. FLR also contains a political element, in planning and executing of the restoration initiative, who is involved in the decision making process? National government and ministers Diverse stakeholders and those interested in the outcomes of FLR interventions Only landholders with direct claim to the land being restored Local and watershed communities only A & D OK Question Title * 5. How does location factor into FLR decisions - which of the below do you prioritize? Where restoration is most needed or would make the biggest impact The location of the most degraded areas in the landscape Steep, eroding slopes or riparian areas Corridors between natural forest, remnant forest patches and buffer areas around residual forest patches All of the above answers should factor into the location of FLR interventions OK Question Title * 6. What are some benefits of FLR? Better food and water security for more secure livelihoods among forest communities Increasing supply for forest products, bio energy and carbon stocks Improving soil fertility, reducing erosion reducing pressure on existing forest land A & B A , B and C OK Question Title * 7. What role does natural regeneration play in FLR? Management of trees on fallow agricultural land to improve productivity Enhancement of existing forests and woodlands of diminished quality Enhancement of forests on very steep slopes along water course where natural flooding is common A low cost intervention used on highly degraded land to regenerate formerly forested land, requires a seed source Plating of trees on former forest land with native species or exotics for various purposes OK Question Title * 8. Which of the following global restoration initiative aims to 100 million hectares, sequester 250 million tonnes of carbon and create 350 000 jobs by 2030? The Global Restoration Initiative The Global Partnership on FLR The Great Green Wall AFR 100 The Bonn Challenge OK Question Title * 9. How much forest and soil is lost in Ethiopia each year due to Degradation? 485 hectares of forest & 7 million metrics tons of fertile soil 1500 ha of forest & 9 billion metric tons of fertile soil 92 000 ha of forest & 2 billion metric tons of fertile soil 150 000 ha of forest & 4 million metric tons of fertile soil None of the above OK Question Title * 10. What benefits have restoration efforts created in Nigeria? Employment and training of 140 staff from local and federal government Provision of fodder for livestock Restoration of 485 hectares planted with 6 indigenous species Development of forest products and enterprise such as beekeeping, gum extraction etc. All of the above OK Question Title * 11. How many hectares of land do the Bonn Challenge and the GPFLR want to restore by 2020 and 2030? 100 and 200 million hectares 10 and 20 million hectares 150 and 350 million hectares 15 and 35 million hectares 8 and 16 million hectares OK RESTORATIONREADY!