SER actively collaborates with intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to support and promote the practice of ecological restoration as a tool for conserving biodiversity, improving ecosystem functioning and providing sustainable livelihoods.
By participating in these international fora and processes, SER is able to engage the public, private and NGO sectors at global, regional, national and local levels, and advocate for the use of appropriate, participatory, and knowledge-based restoration activities.
Fundamental to this work is the collation and dissemination of authoritative information and practical knowledge on ecological restoration that serves to inform and guide decision-makers, implementing agencies and communities around the world.
SER is currently partnering with the following IGOs and NGOs. For more information on SER’s contributions to these international fora and processes, including Briefing Notes, Policy Position Statements, Memorandums of Understanding, and related documents, please follow the links to the right.