Forest here on earth are a vital natural resource that modern society needs to sustain the world we live in. However, according to the World Wildlife Organization between 46- 58 thousand square miles of forests are lost each year. With the efforts of new technology and committed organizations our generation can prevent the further eradication of natural forests and the species inhabited within them. Movements like Global Partnership on Forest Landscape Restoration, a network of organizations, governments and communities dedicated to restoring the world’s degraded and deforested lands, has created the Bonn Challenge. The Bon Challenge is a worldwide goal to restore 150 million hectare of lost forests by 2020 and 300 million hectares by 2030. Already reaching 86.03 hectares in over four continents, the Bonn Challenge is sponsored by larger research organizations like the World Resources Institute as well. The Bonn Challenge works to create industrial plantations that will allow forests to reclaim the millions of acres of land lost from deforestation around the world. From moist tropical and subtropical forests to dry tropical and subtropical forests. As the plan for Sustainable Development Solutions Network believes “special care must be taken in the development of primary resources to avoid the infamous “resource curse”, marked by rising corruption, massive environmental degradation, land grabs, the dispossession of traditional landowners, and a siphoning off of resource revenues by a small elite.” Although many are very reluctant of industrial plantations it is most viable plan to create a neutrality in the amount of forests we are destroying and replacing.